According to divorce documents, the 41-year-old has asked for 'miscellaneous jewellery and other personal effects'
More details from Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s divorce papers have allegedly been released.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the documents – which were filed earlier this month – reveal that Ange, 41, has asked for ‘miscellaneous jewellery and other personal effects’.
This adds up to a pretty large fortune in trinkets the couple acquired over their 12 years together, including her engagement ring.
Brace yourselves… the ring cost an insane $250,000. RIP us, while we think about just how much money that is in one piece of bling.
Brad, 52, is believed to have worked with jeweller Robert Procop for over a year to create the perfect piece. The white diamond design features 16 carats of gems in the elongated tablet cut, a shape which was specially designed to suit Angelina’s long elegant fingers.
And this rock isn’t the only gem in Ange’s jewellery box that may end up getting caught up in the custody battle.
At the 2014 Oscars – where Angelina received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award – she wore 42 carat diamond earrings set in 18-carat yellow gold.
At the time, Brad wore a star sapphire ring and set of tuxedo buttons and cuff links, which were also in 18-karat yellow gold and tablet-cut white diamonds. These were all Christmas gifts from Angelina.
Brad’s bling was from the Style Of Jolie collection, a collaborative collection Ange created with Procop.
According to PEOPLE, Angelina and Brad will be deciding their divorce arrangements behind closed doors and will only go to court once they have come to an agreement.
It’s been claimed that during their private negotiations they’ve mainly been discussing custody of their six children, Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Vivienne and Knox, eight.
Angelina is asking for physical custody of the kids, with Brad being given visitation rights.
It’s a heartbreaking time for everyone involved, so we’re sending our love to the whole family.
By Catherine Delves