Angelina Jolie finally spoke about her special wedding to Brad Pitt.
The couple was officially married in France, and had a mall wedding with their children.
"For me, the big moment was when we signed the joint adoption papers for Maddox and Zahara. That was a decision to parent together, to commit to being a part of each other's lives for the rest of my life. So marriage wasn't close in comparison. In a way, it was very casual," she told The New York Times.
"The ceremony was in France, but we had to do things legally in California. One day I was in the edit room, and Brad was doing something and an assistant said, 'You have to sign some papers.' So we came back and between meetings we were told, 'Here's your licence.' Then someone said, 'The judge is outside.' We both said, 'What do you mean, the judge is outside?' Then the judge came in, this lovely guy, and at some point, Brad said, 'Shouldn't we be standing up?' The judge said, 'No.' Then suddenly we realised we were married, in the most unceremonial way possible."
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt "I'm the first female director Brad has ever worked with. That doesn't seem right when you think about it," she said, referring to the often-referenced gender inequality in Hollywood.
"I'm not just a woman, but a writer-director. We're also husband and wife. I think it was doubly hard. We know certain things about each other. At first it was a little uncomfortable. You want to be careful what button you press and what you don't. At the same time, he later said he felt like he could be the most open in his acting, because he trusted I was genuinely there to help him give the best performance."