August 08, 2020
Angelina Jolie's son Maddox will be going foreign with remote schooling amid COVID-19. The actress is pleased about her son's selection as he begins his tertiary education.
Maddox, 19, had already begun the school year at the university. Unfortunately, like many schools worldwide, the semester was cut short by the pandemic.
MADDOX REPORTEDLY DOING ONLINE REMOTE SCHOOLING
According to the outlet, Maddox remained a student and is now undergoing virtual classes. He celebrated his birthday last Wednesday with just his mother and siblings.
Jolie and Pitt have been separated since 2016 when the pair entered a messy divorce process following two years of marriage and ten years together. The former couple shares six children together.
Maddox, who was adopted, is the oldest. The two actors also adopted 16-year-old Pax. Elle claims that Pitt has not spoken to Maddox and has a strained relationship with both older boys.
JOLIE ALLEGEDLY WANTS PITT TO RECONCILE WITH KIDS
Us Weekly adds the couple's third child, 15-year-old Zahara, to the list of kids Pitt may need to reconcile with. Lastly, Pitt and Jolie are parents to Shiloh, 14, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 12.
The outlet further alleged that it is Jolie who hopes to see Pitt have an improved relationship with his kids. Unfortunately, another source claims that the "Maleficent" actress has no such hopes.
Pitt's poor relationship with Pax followed allegations that the pair argued on a 2016 flight after Pitt got drunk. They were flying from Nice, France, to Los Angeles at the time. Us Weekly claims Pax is still angry at his dad.
JOLIE AND HER KIDS RETURN FROM SHORT TRIP
Meanwhile, Jolie recently took a short trip with her kids amid the ongoing crisis. The Daily Mail attained photos of her as she stepped down in Burbank, Los Angeles.
Jolie, 45, returned wearing a large face mask and a comfortable-looking maxi dress and sweater. On her feet, she donned a pair of yellow sandals as she carried a black handbag.
ZAHARA RECEIVES PRAISE FROM MOM IN INTERVIEW
Jolie and the interviewer also talked about issues in society after activism erupted from the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in late May.