In the latest issue of Vogue, you’ll find out what Angie has to say about Brad and their relationship, how it all started, about Jennifer and their kids. Here’s the scoop:

angelina jolie interview in vogue

About Brad,

"Brad was a huge surprise to me. I, like most people, had a very distant impression of him from … the media. I am just as guilty! … We push each other to be better. Even if it's just a better bike rider or a better pilot. We're constantly in competition with each other. He's somebody I admire based on the way he lives his life. And that's why I'm with him." He is also "the person closest to me."

About their relationship:

She says they began to fall for eachother during filming of Mr. & Mrs. Smith and that they had "found this strange friendship and partnership that kind of just suddenly happened. I think a few months in I realized, God, I can't wait to get to work. Whether it was shooting a scene or arguing about a scene or gun practice or dance class or doing stunts — anything we had to do with each other, we just found a lot of joy in it together and a lot of real teamwork…life developed in a way where we could be together, and where it felt like something we would do, we should do."

brad and angie at the good shepard premiere

As for the marriage rumors?

"We are legally bound to our children, not to each other, and I think that's the most important thing."

Jolie speaks about Jennifer,Jolie says she has not formally met Aniston.

"We've, like, passed each other and said 'hi' briefly, shook hands. But not a real sit-down-and-talk kind of meeting."

Will they sit down and talk someday?

"That would be her decision, and I would welcome it."

angie brad and the kids in Hello magazine 

   december issue of Hello

On Maddox,

Regarding Maddox & Brad's relationship: "We left a lot of it up to Mad, and he took his time and then made the decision one day" when he first referred to Pitt as "Dad."

Angelina Brad at the Good Shepard premiere

On Zahara,

"We both saw her picture in a file on the same day, and we both went to Ethiopia to see her, and we both had the same fear because she was sick at the time, and we both made the decision that no matter what, we were going to look after her."

And Shiloh,

"The day Shiloh came home … we looked around at three sleeping children and each other and thought, My God! Here we are! This is amazing! Couldn't be happier! But …wow. We can't even figure out how to get them all in the car."