Brad Pitt Gave Angelina Jolie Breath Mints for Valentine's Day 2013

Celebrity News Feb. 14, 2013 AT 4:20PM
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage.com

No flowers, diamonds or chocolates for Angelina Jolie this Valentine's Day. In honor of the romantic Feb. 14 holiday, the actress' fiance Brad Pitt gifted her with . . . breath mints. The World War Z actor, 49, didn't bestow his love of nearly eight years with everyday Tic-Tacs or Altoids -- instead giving the 37-year-old mother of his six kids with Eat Whatever, a breath-freshening product that includes one swallowable gel cap and a mint to suck on.

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"It is sort of a joke -- and not," a source close to the superstar couple tells Us Weekly of the vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free product. "He always teases her that she has bad breath."

Insists the source: "It's a joke gift . . . he'll also get her something more serious."

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He better. After all, Jolie has long lavished her man with treats a lot more impressive than breath-freshening products. Back in 2011, the Maleficent actress gave Pitt a diamond pendant worth six figures -- and engraved with a microscopic love note. In December of that year, as a combo birthday and Christmas present, the Oscar winner spoiled her hunk with a California waterfall for Pitt (the couple plan to build a house above it).

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For Valentine's Day 2010, she surprised him with an $18,500 200-year-old tree on their Chateau Miraval compound in the south of France. Last spring, the In the Land of Blood and Honey director reportedly splurged on a $1.6 million helicopter -- plus flying lessons -- for her beau, already licensed as an airplane pilot.

Of the couple's engagement and hush-hush wedding plans? The source predicts to Us Weekly they'll get married "definitely this year."

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