In her first interview since since filing for divorce from Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie only had very nice things to say about her estranged husband.
Jolie even referred to Pitt as a wonderful father while speaking last month to the BBC.
But a new report suggests that Jolie isn't about to gush in a similar manner over Amal Clooney, not based on how Angelina truly feels about George's better half.
According to Life & Style insiders, Pitt and Clooney may be long-time, close friends who have worked on multiple movies together...
... but they were scarcely on speaking terms just a few months ago as a result of Jolie's beef with the successful human rights attorney.
"Angie couldn't stand being around Amal," an insider explains, looking back on the days of when the two couples would hang out.
"Not because Amal was unkind or rude, but solely because Angie was filled with envy."
Jolie, who doesn't have the best reputation on the planet, made no secret of her jealousy either, this same source claims.
Angelina reportedly refused to see the Clooneys, while making negative comments about Amal to mutual friends.
"Angelina would even knock Amal's looks and fashion sense," the tabloid writes. "Amal seemed to ignore it, but George didn't want to sit by and watch his wife get cut down."
The relationship (or lackthereof) between their wives affected the actors.
"Brad wouldn't stand up to Angie," the magazine claims, which led to the stars simply not spending a lot of time together.
Way back in 2011, Jolie spoke to Marie Claire about her lack of true pals. Especially those of the same gender.
"I have few girlfriends, I just... I stay at home a lot," she told the publication. "I'm just not very social."
This doesn't exactly come as earth-shattering news.
Jolie, of course, stunned the universe when she filed to divorce Pitt in September.
She cited "irreconcilable differences" at the time, but it didn't take long for the Internet to speculate over the actual basis for the split.
Many reports claimed that Jolie thought Pitt was a bad father, specifically referencing an incident on board a private airplane in which he got into an argument with 15-year old son Maddox.
The FBI investigated this confrontation and did not find any evidence of physical abuse on Pitt's part.
Since then, the sides have traded barbs through their lawyers, but have said very little about each other in public.
"I don't want to say very much about that, except to say it was a very difficult time," Jolie said in the BBC interview from last month.
She added at the time:
"We are a family and we will always be a family, and we will get through this time and hopefully be a stronger family for it."
We hope that ends up being true.
We just doubt George and Amal will be spending any future holidays with Brad and Angelina.