Brad Pitt manages to RECONCILE with their children after divorce with Angelina Jolie


Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorced in 2016 after a romance very iconic and controversial during its early years, which led to a small family crisis with their children.

Brad Pitt manages to RECONCILE with their children after divorce with Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt and all of his children with Angelina Jolie

After seven years of dating and four of marriage, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt share six children, three adopted and two biological, with whom the actor has been able to reconnect thanks to the quarantine.

  • “Brad is closer than ever to his children and is with them much during the isolation […] These are the best family moments that lived for a long time, because they are all together. The confinement facilitated the feeling of union.”

According to the anonymous source, Brad Pitt was able to re-connect easily with almost all their children, being the main exception, Maddox, who was adopted by Angelina Jolie 3 years of having her romance with the actor.

Brad Pitt recovers to their children

According to the source close to the actor, the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie was not the only thing that damage the relationship with their children, which has taken years to be repaired.

In recent years, Brad Pitt, 56 years of age, has fought against the ravages of alcoholism, which has kept him away from his six children with Angelina Jolie, but whose reconciliation has sought since it began its rehabilitation.

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After years, Brad Pitt has finally taken the first real steps to a reconciliation with their six children: Maddox 18 years of age, a Pax of 16 years, Zahara 15, Shiloh 13 years of age and twins, Knox Léon and Marcheline 11 years of age.

Despite the problems and crisis caused by the pandemic coronavirus, Brad Pitt has taken advantage of the isolation for the quarantine to re-connect and reconcile with their children in these moments of global crisis.