Angelina Jolie ‘flies UK curry to US for Brad’

Angelina Jolie has surprised her fiancé Brad Pitt by arranging for his favourite UK curry meal to be frozen and jetted to him in America.

Angelina Jolie has arranged for a curry to be frozen in the UK and flown to Brad Pitt in America.

The actress was in England last week to speak out on behalf of the victims of wartime sexual assault. The star and her fiancé Brad spent time in the UK in 2012, while he was shooting his upcoming release World War Z. They lived in an area of London and Brad fell in love with spicy meals from their local Indian restaurant. As she was back in the country, Angelina saw the perfect opportunity to do something for her husband-to-be.

“Brad is back in America and has been longing for a decent curry,” an insider told British newspaper The Sun.

“He really misses their Indian takeaway nights from when they lived in Surrey last year. Angelina arranged as a surprise for a load of it to be cooked and flash-freeze packed for her to fly home.

“So… she sent her bodyguard Ray and eldest son Maddox to collect it and to stock up with more treats.”

The guys also picked up some special beer for Brad, knowing he is a fan of Kingfisher and Cobra.

Angelina and Maddox jetted back into Los Angeles over the weekend, with the 37-year-old star spotted showing off her figure in a pair of tight leather pants.

She apparently had treats for all the family with her, including British sweets and chocolate for the six children she and Brad raise.

It’s not the first time the Hollywood superstars’ love of curry has hit the headlines. Last year, the pair took a group of friends out for a meal and ended up splashing out almost £3,000 after deciding to test out almost every dish available.

‘’The staff couldn’t believe it when Brad and Angelina Jolie walked in – they’d been given no prior warning," an insider said at the time.

’’There were five friends and two of their bodyguards there and they ordered a mountain of food and [alcohol]. It might seem hard to believe that they ran up a bill of nearly £3,000 at a normal curry house but they are really generous and extravagant."
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Monday, 15. April 2013