Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston were married for five years before they divorced. But even they have moved on from each other, there were still a few times that they were rumored to have gotten back together.

After the couple’s divorce, Pitt moved on with Angelina Jolie. After dating each other for years, they tied the knot shortly before they also got divorced in 2016. Following their split, rumors swirled that Pitt reached out to Aniston and the two rekindled their romance.

In March of last year, Pitt and Aniston’s supporters also became convinced that there was a chance that the two would get back together. At that time, Aniston just split from Justin Theroux, which meant that she and Pitt were both single at the same time.

Four months later, Pitt and Aniston were supposed to celebrate their 18th year Wedding anniversary if they were still together. Their fans once again speculated that the two might consider rekindling their romance.

Unnamed sources claimed that Pitt and Aniston even exchanged their vows in an intimate backyard ceremony, but there were no photos to prove that this really happened.

Meanwhile, Pitt and Aniston were once again linked to each other earlier this year. In February, the “Murder Mystery” star celebrated her 50th birthday at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Hollywood. Rumors once again swirled that the bash was a double celebration of Aniston’s birthday and her and Pitt’s wedding.

In May 2019, Pitt legally obtained his single status, and he was still linked to Aniston. However, the ex-couple never got back together since their divorce in 2005. But according to multiple sources, the two have maintained an amicable relationship with each other.

A source told Us weekly that Pitt contacted Aniston after years of not talking to each other, and they were able to forgive each other for their shortcomings. Pitt also confided in Aniston regarding his divorce from Jolie.

Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston Reportedly Got Secretly Married During These Times Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are pictured attending the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 19, 2004 at the Shrine Auditorium, in Los Angeles, california. Photo: Getty images/Kevin Winter