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Tea Party! Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Sip Tea With Prince William & Duchess Kate To Discuss Very Important Matters

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Credit: Anthony Harvey/Getty (Brad & Angelina)/Chris Jackson/Getty for St James's Palace (Prince William & Kate Middleton)

Prince William and Kate Middleton opened their home at Kensington Palace on June 26, where their special celeb guests, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, got together with the royals for a meeting. These busy couples finally met up for a cup of tea after months of organizing, according to a statement from the Palace.

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“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Pitt at Kensington Palace on Friday afternoon” where they “discussed their shared interest in combatting the illegal wildlife trade,” the statement said.

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Not only did the two power couples get “on splendidly,” according to Us Weekly, and The Sun reported that Brangie even met the royal siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The little Princess even received a gift from the celeb couple.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte (Photo by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge via Getty Images)

Prince George and Princess Charlotte (Photo by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge via Getty Images)

Even though these charitable pairs do work for many of the same organizations, this tea time meeting marks the first time the two celeb couples have met. However, Angie has been acquainted with the royal family before, when Queen Elizabeth II made her an honorary Dame for all of her incredible humanitarian work last year.

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After this successful day, maybe this group of UK and US royalty will start spending more time together!

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