Hollywood's A-lister Brad Pitt, who celebrated his 60th birthday recently, has been making headlines with his budding romance with Ines de Ramon. Despite the swirling rumors, sources close to the couple have clarified that wedding bells are not ringing any time soon.
An insider, speaking to OK! Magazine emphasized that while Pitt is indeed smitten with de Ramon, the idea of an engagement or marriage isn't on their immediate agenda. "Brad is content and deeply in love with Ines, but the couple is not rushing into an engagement or marriage.
At this point, eloping is far from their minds," the source revealed. The Oscar-winning actor, known for his celebrated roles in films like 'Fight Club' and 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood', has experienced the highs and lows of marital life with his previous marriage to actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie.
However, the insider noted that Pitt is not apprehensive about remarriage; it's simply not a priority for him or de Ramon right now.
Pitt and Ramon: Effortless Bond
The couple's relationship, described as effortless and joyful, is currently free from the pressures of expanding their family.
"Both Brad and Ines are enjoying each other's company immensely. There's no rush or pressure to take things to the next level, like having children. They're relishing the simplicity and excitement of their relationship, which always feels fresh and invigorating," the source added.
Interestingly, earlier reports by the same magazine highlighted how de Ramon has brought a new sense of tranquility to Pitt's life, particularly amidst ongoing family challenges. The actor's personal life has been under intense scrutiny, especially following a recent incident involving his adopted son, Pax.
Pax, in a resurfaced social media post, expressed harsh criticisms of his father, depicting a strained relationship between Pitt and his children. In November, the Daily Mail reported Pax's scathing remarks on his private Instagram account.
The 19-year-old wrote, "Happy Father’s Day to this world-class a****** !!.. You have no consideration or empathy toward your four youngest children who tremble in fear when in your presence," referring to his siblings Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Vivienne and Knox.
As Pitt navigates these complex family dynamics, his relationship with de Ramon offers a refuge of simplicity and happiness, away from the public eye and familial strife.