The new couple's relationship heats up as they land in Morocco for another rendezvous

By Jason Lynch and Susan Bell
Updated May 04, 2005 03:00 PM

Less than a week after their sojourn to Kenya, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie jumped coasts for another hush-hush rendezvous, PEOPLE reports in its latest issue.

The new celebrity couple was in Morocco, where Pitt was stationed for the six-week shoot of the upcoming drama Babel, in which he stars opposite Cate Blanchett. Following a trip to Kenya’s luxe Alfajiri Villas (in which Jolie brought along her 3-year-old son, Maddox), the couple met up in London on April 30 and then proceeded by private jet to Morocco.

Pitt reportedly made a brief appearance at a cast and crew party that evening, but quietly slipped away before 10 p.m., returning to his room to spend time with Jolie. “Brad is very discreet,” a source told PEOPLE. “But he wanted to make an appearance so the crew would know he was there.”

The pair’s reunion was short-lived, however, as Jolie left the next morning. Pitt remained in his suite, preparing for the shoot that began on Monday.

“He was nice, but very serious,” a source at Pitt’s hotel said. “You can tell he is here to work.”

For more on Brad and Angelina’s rendezvous, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.