Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are constantly vacationing together in the world of the tabloids. In reality, the ex-spouses haven't been on any getaways since their marriage ended nearly 15 years ago. Here are a few wrong rumor alleging otherwise.
Earlier this week, Gossip Cop busted Life & Style for falsely claiming Pitt and Aniston went on a Roman getaway with George and Amal Clooney. According to the magazine, the foursome enjoyed a "couples retreat" in Italy, and it was organized by George in an effort to get the ex-spouses back together. Reps for both Pitt and Aniston, however, confirmed on the record that they never traveled to Rome together. The story didn't make much sense geographically speaking either, as Pitt is the only one of the fours stars who's visited Italy in the past few weeks, and he was in Venice.
In February, Gossip Cop called out OK! for wrongly reporting that Pitt and Aniston vacationed together in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico following the actress's 50th birthday party earlier that month. Although the actor briefly stopped by his ex-wife's party, they didn't go away together following the event. The two are on friendly terms, but reps for both have denied all rumors of a reconciliation. E! News similarly reported that despite Pitt's attendance at the actress's party, "they definitely aren't dating or on that path."
Last year, Gossip Cop debunked a Woman's Day story about Pitt taking Aniston and his six kids on a trip to Chateau Miraval, the French estate he owns with Angelina Jolie. An anonymous source was quoted as saying, "It's going to be very strange for Brad to be there with Jen and the kids, but it's the perfect place for them all to escape for a while and spend some quality time together." Despite what the magazine's unidentified "insider" claimed, separate reps for both stars assured us they weren't back together or planning a trip to the actor's home in France. Aniston has never even met her ex-husbands kids.
Gossip Cop busted NW last year for alleging Pitt and Aniston had been "caught together" on a romantic vacation in Cannes, during which the actor supposedly proposed marriage. Two month prior to the report being published, the same tabloid falsely claimed the exes had gotten married in Paris, so it doesn't seem too concerned with accuracy or consistency. The story also emerged around the same time of the Cannes Film Festival, and neither Pitt or Aniston were spotted in town, despite the hoards of paparazzi and reporters covering the event. That's because the trip never took place.
And finally, Gossip Cop called out Star last year for falsely contending that Pitt and Aniston were planning an "Aspen reunion," during which they'd stay at a "secluded chalet right on the slopes." An unnamed source maintained that the two were looking forward to skiing together as "no one would recognize them in their ski masks, goggles and helmets." When the story first hit newsstands, the "Friends" star's spokesperson told us, "It's just all another fabrication with no relationship to reality or the truth." Pitt's rep also confirmed the report was total fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.