Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reportedly met secretly with George Clooney’s help.

Pitt and Aniston have been linked together following their splits from their ex-spouses Angelina Jolie and Justin Theroux, respectively. Many fans want them back together and according to Mirror, their friend Clooney is one of those people who want to see them together again.

The “Money Monster” star reportedly went on and booked a private villa for Aniston and Pitt. He allegedly said that it was for his parents to avoid making a buzz.

“George wants to see one of his best friends, Brad Pitt, happy again. And that means one thing: Jennifer Aniston,” a source said.

“Brad and Jen stayed at a very private villa in Rome. George organised it all, saying he was booking it for his parents so there would be no prying eyes.”

Pitt is reportedly equally keen to have a reunion and has been putting in the hard work to convince his ex-wife that he can be trusted. Pitt and Aniston got married in 2000 and announced their split in 2005.

There were rumors that the couple parted ways because Pitt had an affair with Jolie when they filmed “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” in 2004. Aniston admitted that she was surprised when shortly after they made their split announcement, Pitt was spotted frolicking at the beach with Jolie and her son, Maddox.

However, according to other sources, Pitt and Aniston decided to part ways due to devastating factors and not due to the “Maleficent” actress. There was already trouble in paradise even before Jolie came into the picture.

Pitt was reportedly wasting his life and was becoming dull and got burnt out. He was wasting opportunities. In an interview with Parade in 2011, he confessed that his marriage with Aniston had something to do with it. He was trying to find a movie about an interesting life and he wasn’t living one at the time.

Meanwhile, Aniston spoke about her marriages with Pitt and Theroux. According to the “Friends” star, in her opinion, her marriages were “very successful” because they just decided to be happy and sometimes happiness no longer exists in that arrangement anymore.