Angelina's Date with the Ex Who Always Held Her Heart. 'Divorcing Him Was Dumbest Thing I've Done' DINNER AT THE IVY WITH FIRST HUSBAND AND THEN IT'S HOME ALONE

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Angelina's Date with the Ex Who Always Held Her Heart. 'Divorcing Him Was Dumbest Thing I've Done' DINNER AT THE IVY WITH FIRST HUSBAND AND THEN IT'S HOME ALONE


Byline: ALISTAIR FOSTER

HER look said it all. Gazing into the distance, with a hint of red around her eyes, it had clearly been an emotional night for Angelina Jolie when she met ex-husband Jonny Lee Miller for dinner.

The pair shared a dinner date at The Ivy despite speculation about Jolie's romance with Brad Pitt.

But afterwards, Miller went off alone to celebrity haunt the Groucho Club, leaving the Tomb Raider star to return home alone to her Buckinghamshire home.

It was the latest meeting for the former couple, who separated only a year after they married in 1996.

But Jolie, 29, has spoken of how close they remain - and what could have been.

At the premiere of Alexander in January, where she was accompanied by the Trainspotting star, she said: "Jonny's part of my family. He's here for me.

Divorcing him was probably the dumbest thing I've ever done."

The pair first met in 1994 on the set of Hackers. At their marriage ceremony, Jolie wore a white shirt with his name written on it in her blood.

They separated a year later, mainly because Miller, 32, had had enough of Hollywood and returned to Britain. …

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