United Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie silence split reports at star-studded Super Bowl

What split? Smiling Angelina and Brad made a public appearance at the Super Bowl at the weekend, dispelling reports their relationship is in trouble
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In the face of recent media reports claiming their relationship is on the rocks, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie left onlookers in no doubt that their romance is alive and well with a united appearance at the Super Bowl this weekend.

Hollywood's golden couple arrived with their eldest child, eight-year-old Maddox to watch the New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts in Miami – making a low-key entrance just before the game began.

It was the first time that Angelina, 34, and her actor partner – who own a home in New Orleans - have been seen together in public in four weeks. They attended the Directors Guild of America Awards on January 31, but chose not to be photographed together on the red carpet.

Their show of unity on Sunday will reassure fans that all is well in the Pitt-Jolie household.

The silver screen stars were not the only famous couple enjoying the big game.

Eagle-eyed spectators might have spotted Tom Cruise and his wife Katie who turned the day into a family affair as they joined the 76,500-strong crowd with their daughter Suri, three, and Tom's son Connor, who is 15.

Despite his superstar status, the down-to-earth Top Gun actor decided to take the escalator along with all the other fans as he casually strolled into the stadium holding his daughter.

Fellow parents Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony left their little ones at home as they attended the sporting event.

The affectionate couple, who welcomed twins Max and Emme in February 2008, certainly had an interest in the game – they are minority owners of the Miami Dolphins American football team.

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were also at the event - which included musical turns from The Who, Queen Latifah and American Idol winner Carrie Underwood - watching all the action from the sidelines.

And Oscar winner Hilary Swank, Harry Connick Jnr and tennis ace Venus Williams completed the round-up of celebrities watching the New Orleans Saints with their first Super Bowl.