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Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston Reconciliation: George Clooney Helped to Get Them Back Together, Report Claims

From the official trailer of "Murder Mystery" | Photo by Netflix/YouTube

Since Brad Pitt was reportedly in attendance at Jennifer Aniston’s 50th birthday party last February, rumors that they are back together have been more relentless than ever. Recently, another story claimed that they have gone to a romantic getaway to rekindle their love for one another, thanks to George Clooney's help.

The report came from a source of Life & Style magazine (via New Idea) who said Clooney simply wanted to make Pitt happy. And the way he reportedly thought he could do that was by setting up a vacation for Pitt and Aniston with Rome as their destination.

"So, George invited Brad and Jen on a couple’s retreat in Rome. In the end, it wound up being like one really long double date filled with tears, laughter, and love," the insider reportedly said. "Brad never looked happier."

The same source insisted that Clooney is aware of Pitt's desire to get back together with the "Friends" alum. On the other hand, Aniston is allegedly still not completely sold with that idea after how their marriage ended.

"Not that Jen is opposed to it – it’s just that there are obvious trust issues," the source claimed. "Jen was very tentative and who could blame her? Brad left her for Angie, and trusting him again is a huge uphill battle."

Reports of this nature, especially about Pitt and Aniston, are nothing new. But how much truth is in this story? There is none, apparently.

Fact-checking news outlet Gossip Cop has reached out to official representatives of Pitt and Aniston about the alleged Rome getaway. Both of them ultimately denied that such vacation ever happened.

Pitt also, obviously, finds these rumors insisting he is back again with Aniston as not worth the energy to deny. Earlier this month, a paparazzo directly asked him about it and his response was just "Oh, my god" with a laugh.

By Jess Ferrera
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