'Tis the season to reconcile with your ex. After Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck made waves earlier this summer for their very surprising (and very public) re-coupling, and Alex Rodriguez made headlines for hanging out with his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie is now in the spotlight for revisiting the '90s. (Hey, the decade is very in.)
The actress has been spotted coming and going from the Dumbo, Brooklyn, home of her ex-husband Jonny Lee Miller. Daily Mail obtained photos from Tuesday of Jolie—wearing a very chic long sleeve navy maxidress—and her 17-year-old son Pax leaving the building that Miller lives in. Apparently the star was also at his apartment on Friday night—she was seen entering his building donning a classic beige trench coat and carrying a bottle of wine; she reportedly left three hours later, per Page Six. Jolie is in New York City celebrating her 46th birthday.
Jolie and Miller met when they were 20 and 22, respectively, on the set of 1995's Hackers. They eloped six months later, at a ceremony with just two guests in attendance: Jolie's mother, Marcia Lynne Bertrand, and one of Miller's friends. For the occasion, Jolie wore one of Miller's white t-shirts which she decorated with his name written in her own blood(!). They divorced after three years together.
Though both stars went on to remarry—Miller to actress Michele Hicks from 2008 to 2018; and Jolie to Billy Bob Thornton and, later, Brad Pitt—they remained friends and often speak fondly of each other.
“Jonny and I never fought and we never hurt each other. I really wanted to be his wife. I really wanted to commit,” Jolie told the Calgary Sun in a previous interview, according to the Mirror.
And in 2014 the actress told Hello! magazine she still stands by Hackers because, "that's where I met Jonny, who is still a great friend. I think of him when I think of that [movie]. Although, I'm sure the movie looks so ancient now, but we had a lot of fun making that."
In 2017, Miller confirmed to Stuff that he was still in touch with his ex-wife. "Yeah, we're still friends. That's all you're getting," he said.