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He also had two sons Harry and William with playboy model Pietra Dawn Cherniak.Harry, 27, told Entertainment Tonight yesterday that Angelina still sends him “stuff” every year.He said: “To this day, she still sends me Christmas gifts every year and stuff like that.“I don’t talk to her on the phone every day but every now and then we talk.”He also explained the nature of their relationship when Harry was younger and the actress was around him and his brother a lot.He shared that she was “cool” and would frequently take Harry and William out on camping and road trips.He said: “She was so cool.“She took us camping every week and she rented, an RV one time, and we went on a full camping trip.”He added: “She was just so fun for us back when we were, younger.

Like, she was a lot of fun.”Harry is involved in the film world primarily in reality TV.He is due to feature in a number of upcoming projects.The on-screen star will be soon appear on US TV show Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules.The show follows the lives of eight celebrity children as they switch up their glamorous lives for a day of work on a ranch.In 2016, Billy Bob Thornton spoke to GQ about why he felt that his marriage to Angelina was doomed.The actor said that he felt he “never felt good enough for her".He explained: “I’m really uncomfortable around rich and important people.”The Monster's Ball star added that he had no desire to change his ways, saying “I like how I am"..

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