Jennifer Aniston Narrowly Avoids Run-In With Angelina Jolie

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  • The actresses had a VERY near miss over the weekend. But how?

    Jennifer Aniston narrowly avoided a run-in with arch-nemesis Angelina Jolie over the weekend, after they were both booked into the first class section on the very same flight.

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    The actresses reportedly came within hours of meeting, after being scheduled to take the same British Airways flight from Los Angeles to London on Sunday.

    Luckily, eagle-eyed assistants noticed at the eleventh hour, and managed to avert the awkward meeting.

    It’s thought Jennifer Aniston’s people swiftly changed her plans, and decided on a flight on Monday, instead.

    And while both actress’s usually stay at the Dorchester in London, neither booked in during their recent trips.

    According to E! news, neither were aware of the mishap.

    In 2008, Jen spoke about her divorce from Brad Pitt, claiming the split was amicable, but branding Angelina Jolie ‘very uncool’.

    ‘The marriage didn’t work out. And pretty soon after we separated, we got on the phone and we had a long, long conversation with each other and said a lot of things, and ever since we’ve been unbelievably warm and respectful of each other,’ she said.

    ‘That stuff about how she [Angelina] couldn’t wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool.’

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