Angelina Jolie, the Oscar-winning actress, always seems to catch the public's attention wherever she goes. Recently, Page Six reported that Jolie enjoyed a three-hour lunch with David Mayer de Rothschild, the youngest heir to the Rothschild banking fortune, at Nobu in Malibu. The 47-year-old actress appeared fresh-faced and radiant in a stylish black dress while leaving the restaurant with a smiling 44-year-old de Rothschild.

Since her tumultuous divorce from Brad Pitt, Jolie has been linked to several potential romantic interests. Among them is singer The Weeknd, with whom Jolie was spotted leaving LA eatery Giorgio Baldi in July 2021. Despite sources at the time insisting it was a business dinner, the couple was later seen attending a private concert together, where Jolie was joined by her daughters Zahara and Shiloh. In September, Jolie and The Weeknd were once again spotted having dinner at Giorgio Baldi.

When asked about her relationship with The Weeknd during an interview for "The Eternals," Jolie skillfully deflected the question, focusing on her children's excitement for the film instead. Representatives for both The Weeknd and Jolie have not commented on the matter.

In January, Jolie and her daughter Shiloh were photographed having coffee with "Normal People" actor Paul Mescal in London. However, sources say there is no romantic connection between Jolie and Mescal.

Amid these encounters, Jolie's primary focus remains on healing her family following the divorce. In a 2021 interview with British Vogue, she opened up about the difficulties of the past few years and her determination to rebuild her family.

Since her split from Pitt, Jolie has been involved in two legal battles with her ex-husband: one concerning their children's custody and another regarding their French château and winery, Miraval. The couple's relationship remains strained, with sources stating that they still don't communicate directly.

The legal battle over their children's custody has been ongoing since Jolie filed for divorce in September 2016. One source familiar with the case claims that parental alienation is a significant factor in the custody dispute. In 2021, Jolie won her appeal to remove their private judge, John Ouderkirk, from the case, alleging that he had business interests with Pitt. The legal process is still underway, with both parties' lawyers actively engaged in negotiations.

In addition to their personal lives, Jolie and Pitt continue to spar over Miraval. In June, Pitt accused Jolie of attempting to "inflict harm" on him by selling her half of the estate to Russian billionaire Yuri Shefler without his consent. The case remains unresolved, with both parties' attorneys embroiled in ongoing legal wrangling.

Despite these challenges, Jolie remains committed to her humanitarian work and acting career. She recently stepped down from her role as a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Special Envoy to focus on supporting local organizations and advocacy for refugees. Additionally, Jolie is set to star in an upcoming biopic of opera singer Maria Callas, directed by Oscar nominee Pablo Larraín, which could potentially earn her another Oscar nomination.

As Jolie continues to navigate her post-divorce life, it remains to be seen who might accompany her to future red carpet events. One thing is for sure, though: Angelina Jolie's intriguing personal life and career will undoubtedly continue to captivate the public's attention.