'The Bachelorette' lovebirds Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum recreate memorable Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt cover

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"The Bachelorette" couple Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum channel their inner Brangelina in a new photo shoot for In Touch magazine. The duo opened their Princeton, New Jersey, home, to the magazine, where they recreated Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's famous 2005 W magazine cover.

The reality TV sweethearts tell In Touch that they are ready to start a family – and they aren't necessarily waiting to be married to do so. “The order doesn’t matter,” Rosenbaum, 35, tells the magazine, on newsstands now. “She’ll be the best mom ever. She’s very maternal. And I know she’ll be the softie; I’ll have to be the bad guy!” And unlike the Jolie-Pitts, they don't want a big family – he would like two children and she'd be happy with one. Vowing to reach a compromise, 28-year-old Hebert joked, "Maybe we'll have one and a half!”

[Related: Ashley Hebert talks wedding plans and the future with JP Rosenbaum]

When Pitt and Jolie participated in the photo shoot for the July 2005 issue of W, it wasn't to announce they were starting a family. They actually hadn't even confirmed that they were a couple. After meeting on the set of "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" the year before and quietly falling in love, Pitt ended his marriage to Jennifer Aniston in January 2005. Rumors swirled that Pitt and Jolie were seeing each other, and they had been photographed together on a remote beach in Kenya with her son Maddox, but they hadn't yet acknowledged they were romantically involved. Instead, they participated in the photo shoot – called "Domestic Bliss," in which they played a married couple – under the guise that they were just promoting their movie.

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Pitt was actually the creative mastermind behind the whole thing. He teamed with photographer Steven Klein to explore what he called  the “unidentifiable malaise” that often haunts a seemingly happy couple. “You don't know what’s wrong because the marriage is everything you signed up for,” he told the magazine. W ran a whopping 60 photos of Pitt and Jolie from the shoot, which was set in Pitt's birth year, 1963, and featured them as a husband and wife with a large brood of children.

 [Related: 'The Bachelorette' gives final rose to ABC ratings]

Aniston – whose divorce from Pitt wasn't finalized until October of that year – was devastated by the magazine spread. “There’s a sensitivity chip that’s missing,” Aniston later said of Pitt's decision to flaunt his relationship with Jolie.

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