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Brad Pitt Steps Out After Angelina Jolie's Double Mastectomy

Brad Pitt Steps Out After Angelina Jolie's Double Mastectomy

Brad Pitt is seen out and about for the first time since news broke about his partner Angelina Jolie‘s double mastectomy while visiting a studio on Wednesday (May 15) in Los Angeles.

The 49-year-old actor was dressed in all black and carried a small black satchel while leaving the studio that day.

Brad has spoken out about his partner’s procedure and has noted her bravery and also said that he is emotional at the moment.

In case you missed it, check out Angelina on the cover of Time magazine’s issue this week.

30+ pictures inside of Brad Pitt at a studio after the big announcement…

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  1. 1
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Hello to all the wonderful JoliePitt fans.
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    God bless our beautiful, loving couple and keep them together and in love with each other forever!!!

  2. 2
    Ava Says:

    Would he cut that hair it looks terrible, he’s 50 not 26 anymore.

  3. 3
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Angelina Jolie’s Mom Marcheline Bertrand Called Brad Pitt “Wonderful”
    CELEBRITY NEWS
    MAY 15, 2013 AT 5:15PM BY JUSTIN RAVITZ AN

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    She was the mother of one of the biggest movie stars in the world and the ex-wife of an Oscar-winning actor, but the late Marcheline Bertrand preferred to stay out of the spotlight. More than 6 years after her early 2007 death at age 56, however, Bertrand was lovingly remembered by daughter Angelina Jolie in a widely-read New York Times Op-Ed piece — in which Jolie, 37, recalled Bertrand’s nearly decade-long battle with ovarian cancer, and how it motivated her to undergo a preventative double mastectomy.

    PHOTOS: Brad and Angelina’s love story

    In January 2006, just one year before her passing, Us Weekly had the privilege of speaking briefly with Bertrand over some very happy news: Jolie’s then just-announced pregnancy with Shiloh, her first biological child with partner Brad Pitt.

    “I’m very, very happy for her,” Bertrand told Us. “It is a wonderful thing.” (Now 7, Shiloh was born in Namibia, Africa in May of that year.)

    PHOTOS: Stars who’ve undergone mastectomies

    At the time, Bertrand told Us she was “doing very well,” but, unlike her famous daughter or ex-husband Jon Voight, she called herself “the quiet one in the family — I never say anything!” (Bertrand and actor Voight, 74, also shared son James Haven, now 40.)

    The former actress was also a huge fan of Jolie’s love Pitt, now 49. “I love him,” she gushed. “He is wonderful . . . I am very, very happy and very excited for them.”

    Jolie gave birth to twins Vivienne and Knox in Nice, France in July 2008. She and Pitt are also parents to adopted kids Maddox, 11, Pax, 9, and Zahara 9.

    PHOTOS: The Jolie-Pitt brood

    Wrote Jolie in her Times essay of her beloved mom: “She held out long enough to meet the first of her grandchildren and to hold them in her arms. But my other children will never have the chance to know her and experience how loving and gracious she was. We often speak of ‘Mommy’s mommy,’ and I find myself trying to explain the illness that took her away from us.”

  4. 4
    Looselipz Says:

    Yikes, not aging well at all……

  5. 5
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    I LOVE this man. He is taking such good care of the Mother of his children and was by her side for every step in her several opertions.
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    God bless you Brad. We know Angelina thinks you are the Greatest. And so do so many other women. All women want a loving, supportive husband just like you.
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    Hugs and Kisses.

  6. 6
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Giuliana Rancic
    The E! News personality has spoken openly about her breast cancer battle, including her decision to have a double mastectomy and reconstruction in 2011 at age 37. Going through the ordeal publicly was painful, she wrote after Jolie’s announcement, but it was worth it. “In helping other women, you end up helping yourself,” she said. “You end up being able to validate one of the most painful times in your life by realizing that maybe all the pain and the fear and the tears were worth it.”

  7. 7
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Brad Pitt calls Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy decision ‘absolutely heroic’: ‘All I want is for her to have a long and healthy life’
    The actor’s mother also voiced her support for Jolie, saying, ‘We’re so very proud of Angie, this means so much to our family especially our grandchildren.’

  8. 8
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Brad Pitt says partner Angelina Jolie is ‘absolutely heroic’ for her decision to have a double mastectomy to cut her risk of breast cancer.
    Angelina Jolie has received an outpouring of support from fans and fellow celebrities after revealing she underwent a double mastectomy, but no one is more proud of the Oscar-winning actress’s brave decision than her partner Brad Pitt.

    Pitt, 49, told London’s Evening Standard that Jolie’s decision was “absolutely heroic.”

  9. 9
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    In an op-ed in Tuesday’s New York Times, Jolie revealed she had chosen to undergo a preventive double mastectomy after she revealed she had an 87% chance of developing breast cancer, and a 50% chance of ovarian cancer.

    “Having witnessed this decision firsthand, I find Angie’s choice, as well as so many others like her, absolutely heroic,” he said. “I thank our medical team for their care and focus.”
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    In an op-ed in Tuesday’s New York Times, Jolie, 37, revealed she had chosen the surgical procedure as a preventive measure after genetic tests revealed she had an 87% chance of developing breast cancer, and a 50% chance of ovarian cancer.

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    “My mother fought cancer for almost a decade and died at 56,” she wrote. Jolie explained that she took the precautionary measures in order to be able to “tell my children that they don’t need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer.”
    Pitt echoes that sentiment.

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    “All I want is for her to have a long and healthy life, with myself and our children,” he added. “This is a happy day for our family.”

  10. 10
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    In her op-ed Jolie thanks Pitt for being ‘loving and supportive’ throughout her tough experience.

    Pitt’s mother also voiced her support for the actress.
    “We’re so very proud of Angie, this means so much to our family especially our grandchildren. We love her dearly,” Jane Pitt said in a statement.

    Jolie’s brother, James Haven, couldn’t help but gush about his famous sibling.

    “My sister like our mother always put her children first,” he said in a statement. “I am so grateful to be her brother.”
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    Jolie completed three months of medical procedures, including reconstructive surgery, on April 27, after the removal of both breasts. The “Wanted” actress wrote that she “hopes other women can benefit” from her experience.
    In her op-ed, she thanked her “loving and supportive” partner.
    “I am fortunate to have a partner, Brad Pitt, who is so loving and supportive,” she wrote. “Brad was at the Pink Lotus Breast Center, where I was treated, for every minute of the surgeries.”
    “We managed to find moments to laugh together. We knew this was the right thing to do for our family and that it would bring us closer. And it has.”

  11. 11
    other women braves ... Says:

    How nasty Angelina and Pitt are with this thing1 People now is going to buy all the tickets of your movie because of that. Angelina is going to travel to make her ” mercy ” travels, with a photographer to take pictures all over her. OMG I can not believe this. Many innocent people buying their things even if they have no money.

  12. 12
    awwww Says:

    Brad is so hot.

  13. 13
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Angelina Jolie has had a busy year, not just with undergoing secret double mastectomy
    For the past four months, Jolie has balanced medical treatment with her professional life. Here’s a closer look at the key events.
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    Angelina Jolie has spent the past few months in surgeries to lower her chances of getting breast cancer.
    Angelina Jolie had both breasts removed and surgically reconstructed after testing positive for the BRCA1 gene, which increased her risk of developing breast cancer to 87 percent and ovarian cancer to 50 percent. She inherited the gene from her mother Marcheline Bertrand, who died of ovarian cancer on Jan. 27, 2007.
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    For the past four months, Jolie has balanced medical treatment with her professional life. Here is a look at key events:

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    Feb. 2 — Jolie begins treatment at the Pink Lotus Breast Center in Beverly Hills with a procedure known as nipple delay, which rules out disease in the milk ducts behind the nipple. The most common type of breast cancer (ductal carcinoma) forms in the lining of the milk duct.
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    Nipple delay also increases blood flow to the area behind the nipple. Blood circulation can be compromised following mastectomy surgeries and can cause the nipple to die. Patients with a smoking history, such as Jolie, are at a higher risk of nipple loss without this procedure.

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    Mid-February — Jolie has both breasts removed during a major eight-hour surgery called a double prophylactic mastectomy.
    Doctors then sew small plastic tubes to the chest to drain excess fluids that accumulate during the operation. Temporary tissue expanders are placed behind the chest wall muscle to help form the new breast mound, which will helps reshape breasts.
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    A few days later — Jolie returns to everyday activities, caring for her family and working on business projects. Jolie starts actively searching for writers to adapt “Unbroken,” the World War II drama she was hired to direct in late December. Several writers already made passes but Jolie has been picky, sources say.
    Late February — Critically acclaimed filmmakers Ethan and Joel Cohen sign on as writers for “Unbroken,” which Jolie had previously agreed to direct.

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    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Continued
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    March 7 — Jolie breaks into the wine business with partner Brad Pitt. The couple starts selling Miraval Rose 2012, a rosé produced on Chateau Miraval, their estate in the south of France. The first 6,000 bottles sell out within five hours.
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    March 29 — Jolie wins a copyright lawsuit over her directorial debut “In the Land of Blood and Honey.” Croatian journalist James Braddock had accused her of stealing plot elements from his 2007 novel “The Soul Shattering.”
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    April 1 — Jolie makes headlines worldwide with an elementary school she opens for between 200 and 300 girls in Afghanistan, north of Kabul — an area once under Taliban control with a high refuge population. She vows that this will be the first of many schools she plans to fund with proceeds from her jewelry line called “Style of Jolie.”
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    April 27 — Jolie returns to Pink Lotus Breast Center so surgeons can reconstruct her breasts with implants. She says that the procedure has improved significantly over the past few years and that “the results can be beautiful.” Doctors now estimate that Jolie’s chance of developing breast cancer has dropped from 87 percent to less than 5 percent.
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    May 14 — Jolie’s high-profile op-ed piece “My Medical Choice”
    appears in the New York Times. The article sparks conversations about breast cancer, early testing and preventative surgery options for women.

  15. 15
    Dawne Says:

    Only Angelina is worthy of a guy of this heart, smarts, talent and loyalty. No damn wonder they are such an iconic couple……one of the very great love stories. As one piece said, “Their sin was falling in love…….now throw out the Team tee shirts. Now the world will really move on. It is so apparent this amazing man loves this woman as much as anyone can love another. Each a major force on their own, they are formidable as a couple.

  16. 16
    emotional Says:

    a man haz gotz to have breastisses

  17. 17
    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Angelina Jolie found strength to undergo double mastectomy after late mom Marcheline Bertrand’s cancer battle: She’s ‘better than me’
    Jolie, 37, announced Tuesday that she had recently undergone a preventative double mastectomy because she had a high chance of one day developing breast cancer. Bertrand died in 2007 from ovarian cancer after a nearly decade-long battle.
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    Angelina Jolie once described her mom as a woman “better than me.”
    Marcheline Bertrand, who battled ovarian cancer for nearly a decade before she died in 2007, was the actress’ ultimate role model.
    Bertrand, an Illinois native, had given up her own budding acting career, which included a bit part on the TV series “Ironside,” to raise Jolie and older brother, Haven.
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    Bertrand divorced their dad, actor Jon Voight, in 1980.
    Jolie was only a toddler at the time, and later grew to admire her mother’s resilience as a single parent.
    “I will never be as good a mother as she was,” Jolie said in a “60 Minutes” interview in 2011. “She was just grace incarnate. She was the most generous, loving — she’s better than me.”
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    While Jolie alluded to following in her mother’s footsteps as a doting matriarch, she was not willing to suffer the same fate about her health. Her mother died at age 56.
    In a surprise New York Times op-ed Tuesday, Jolie said doctors told her she had an 87 percent risk of developing breast cancer. As a preventative measure, she recently had a double mastectomy and had her breasts surgically reconstructed.
    “I can tell my children that they don’t need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer,” wrote Jolie, 37.
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    The “Tomb Raider” star has three biological children and three adopted children with her partner, Brad Pitt.
    When their daughter Shiloh was born in May 2006, Bertrand heaped praise on the Hollywood power couple and said all of their children were blessed.

  18. 18
    wow Says:

    Brad looks like Thor.

  19. 19
    Overboard Already Says:

    This is getting stupid.

  20. 20
    Nina Says:

    Brad looks great, finally he cut the beard, I can’t wait him cut the long hair. then he will be perfect.

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    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Continued
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    “They have very kind and caring parents who love and support each other in every way,” Bertrand told People magazine at the time.
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    Although Bertrand gave up a career in front of the camera — having studied with famed acting coach Lee Strasberg — she later turned to producing.
    In 2005, she was the executive producer behind the documentary, “Trudell,” about activist and musician John Trudell. She and Trudell shared a passion for humanitarian work, and were in a relationship until her death.
    A few months after Bertrand died, Jolie became emotional while promoting her latest movie, “A Mighty Heart,” in an interview with Ann Curry.
    The mention of her mother made Jolie tear up.
    “Dammit, you got me crying,” Jolie said with a laugh, adding, “It’s all right. You know, it’s a part of life.”

  22. 22
    anustin Says:

    that’s the man that my anjie is inloved .sweet!bless you,brad and anjie.

  23. 23
    Some Bunny Says:

    We Love You Brad!!

    Thank you for being there all the way for your beautiful woman, and helping show other men that if you love your lady, than your going to be supportive and be there for both bad and good. You’re more than just a beautiful man, but a loving father and partner and amazing at it.. Sending positive vibes out to the JP’s and to their family and fans, always and forever!

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    Love the JoliePitts Says:

    Angelina Jolie praises Brad Pitt for his support during double mastectomy
    The ‘Wanted’ actress writes in an op-ed piece for The New York Times that she underwent a series of surgeries because she was at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer. She says her children now know she will ‘do anything to be with them.’

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    Angelina Jolie, who revealed Tuesday that she underwent a preventative double mastectomy, explains in her op-ed for the New York Times that she has Brad Pitt to thank for getting her through it.
    “I am fortunate to have a partner, Brad Pitt, who is so loving and supportive,” Jolie, 37, wrote. “So to anyone who has a wife or girlfriend going through this, know that you are a very important part of the transition.”
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    The “Wanted” actress explained that having Pitt, 49, by her side made the painful experience of having her breasts removed more bearable.
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    “Brad was at the Pink Lotus Breast Center, where I was treated, for every minute of the surgeries,” she wrote.

    “We managed to find moments to laugh together. We knew this was the right thing to do for our family and that it would bring us closer. And it has.”
    The Oscar-winning actress and mother of six said the whole process had a positive effect on her family, especially on her six children.
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    “I can tell my children that they don’t need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer,” she wrote.
    “And they know that I love them and will do anything to be with them as long as I can.”

  25. 25
    anustin Says:

    love….ur on a roll.keep on rollin’ like a river.

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