Brad Pitt's rumoured girlfriend has got cryptic on Instagram as their reported romance continues to heat up.
German model Nicole Poturalski, 27, has been thrust into the spotlight after she was pictured kissing Hollywood star Brad, 56, at a Paris airport before they jetted off to the south of France for a holiday at his chateau.
Being linked to one of the world's most sought after singletons has brought much attention to Nicole, including a slew of sniping trolls, who look to pick apart her personality and life.
She has a message for all those that have taken aim at the mother-of-one by saying that she will continue to smile through 'bad energy'.
Nicole has made headlines for looking uncannily like Brad's ex wife, Angelina Jolie and she has shared more pics on social media which show why Brad was immediately attracted to her, when they met at her husband's restaurant, amid rumours that she enjoys an 'open relationship' with him, who is nearly 40 years her senior.
Captioning the new snaps, in which she seems to have channelled Angelina once again, Nicole wrote: "Never stopping embracing life, laughing, making memories and try to see the good in people.
"No attention to bad energy, just smiles because life is too short."
In the pics, the model is seen smiling as she showcases her tiny figure in a revealing top and skirt.
The addition of sunglasses and they way she wears her hair show that she it hoping that the path to Brad's heart is by evoking Ange.
Brad split from Angelina in 2016, after two years of marriage with over a decade of being together before that.
He is set to battle Ange in court when their divorce hits the custody stage but there has already been controversy after Angelina asked for Judge John W. Ouderkirk to be replaced as he has allegedly been previously involved with Brad's attorney, Anne C. Kiley.
Angelina’s attorney Samantha Bley DeJean issued a statement last month in which she said: "As is set forth in the filing, all my client is asking for is a fair trial based on facts, with no special favours extended to either side.
"The only way litigants can trust the process is for everyone involved to ensure that there is transparency and impartiality.”
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