The newlywed couple were snapped in a supposed fight just hours before they attended the premiere of Angelina's directorial film, Unbroken where she and Brad pasted on smiles as they took selfies with Australian fans.
The pictures, which show Pitt and his 39-year-old wife, who recently underwent a double mastectomy as a breast cancer preventative, clutching cigarettes and flaying their arms about before Brad reportedly stormed away.
"He was clearly exasperated with her," a witness of the alleged fight told In Touch Magazine.
"They kept talking over each other and putting their hands up in anger.
"They were upset but getting nowhere. Angie looked like she was on the verge of tears," they added.
While In Touch have said the fight spells "The End" for Brangelina – just three months after they said "I do" in a private ceremony in France on August 23 – perhaps that is just a tad presumptuous, right?
Could a few flapping arms and downcast eyes (they are on a balcony after all so... the only way to look is down!) cause the demise of the world's most famous rainbow family? We think not.
And Ange's recent comments on America's Today back us up.
During a TV apperance on Tuesday the Oscar-winner made no mention of the rumoured relationship ending drama and instead she suggests she and Brad are just a normal couple who have to work at their marriage like everybody else.
Angelina said though they have been together for 10 years their recent nuptials "did change" their relationship.
"It was in just a feeling of that security and comfort that we always had, but recommitting after 10 years together. And we were fortunate enough to be in that unusual situation where we got married with our children, and they were a part of the ceremony and they wrote some of the vows," she continued.
"So it was all of us agreeing to be together and to commit to this life together — not because we had to, not because anything was missing in our lives, but because we were absolutely sure. It was really lovely, it was a lovely day."
Brad and Angelina first met on the set of 2005's Mr. and Mrs. Smith and recently joined forces again for romantic drama By the Sea, which was directed by Jolie.
"The first [film] we did together we weren't together, and it was a comedy and it had a lot of action and it was really fun," she said.
"Ten years on we've learned a lot more about each other. It's a film about a very troubled marriage, and it felt like the appropriate thing to do on our honeymoon," Jolie added.
Well, thankfully it sounds like everything is just dandy in Brad and Angie land.
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