Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt reportedly finalize divorce a year after painful split
Two years after Brad Pitt and Angelina split, they have finally agreed to settle the divorce within the next few weeks.
While Pitt and Jolie have not yet officially settled their divorce, a source close to Brad Pitt reveals how they hope that in the near future, it will 'eventually be true'.
Now that rumors have surfaced of both Brad and Angelina being involved with other Hollywood personalities, it seems the possibility of a reunion for the estranged couple is looking very slim.
Brangelina met while filming their hit movie 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith', which caused the very controversial divorce between Brad and Jennifer Aniston. After the divorce, Brad was spotted hitting up a beach in Kenya with Angelina and her son Maddox.
In January 2006, the 'Tomb Raider' actress confirmed during an interview that she was pregnant with Brad's child, officially announcing their relationship for the very first time.
People then started looking up to the powerful Hollywood couple as the perfect image of love, however just two years after legalizing their relationship and getting married, Angelina filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences.
Despite Brad agreeing to most part of the divorce, what he does not agree to is Jolie having physical custody of their six children. The couple shares six children: Maddox, 16, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 11, and Knox and Vivienne, 6.
While Jolie is sure that she wants her to have the children most of the time, a report by The Sun says that an insider has claimed that Angelina has agreed to give Brad access to their six children. Because of this, it was also reported that their lawyers have been putting the last few finishing touches on their divorce paperwork, including a mutual agreement over the custody of their children.
“It’s a huge turnaround from where the marriage ended, especially given the claims Angelina made against Brad, but they are now on pretty good terms. Both decided it was crucial for the children that they had a respectful relationship.”