Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt after more than a decade together and two years of marriage.
Media reports say the screen siren has not sought spousal or child support from her movie star husband, but with an estimated combined wealth of US$400 million (S$544.5 million), this celebrity divorce is likely keep the lawyers busy.
These properties are among the assets they may have to divvy up.
Located in Correns-Var, in the south of France, the couple's Chateau Miraval estate was years earlier used by the British band Pink Floyd when it recorded hit album "The Wall".
The couple exchanged vows in 2014 in a chapel at Chateau Miraval. The couple bought the Provence property, estimated to be worth US$60 million, in 2012.
The celebrity couple also ventured into vinification, utilizing the 148 acres of vines on their Chateau Miraval estate. Their Miraval Rose label wine was produced in partnership with the Perrin family of winemakers, with the inaugural 2012 vintage selling out within hours at US$140 a bottle, according to Decanter.com.
The couple's home in Los Feliz, California, was bought by Pitt in 1994 for US$1.7 million as a bachelor pad.
Brad Pitt owns a home in the Big Easy, New Orleans. The 5-bed, 5-bath property in New Orleans' historic French Quarter was reportedly listed for sale late last year for US$5.5 million.
The actors own this beachfront property in Goleta, in southern Santa Barbara County, California.
Jolie and Pitt rented the Palais Schlosspark at lake Wannsee in Germany while the latter filmed the movie "Inglorious Basterds." According to the Huffington Post, action-man Steven Seagal had previously lived at the property.
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