Page Six: Angelina Jolie is reportedly upset she can't take her kids to London amid custody battle with Pitt
Angelina Jolie wants to take her children to London while she films her new movie but until the divorce is settled she won’t be allowed to do so.
The Hollywood star is still fighting a custody battle with Brad Pitt, which means their kids can't leave the country. According to Page Six, Jolie is furious since she found out that her children must stay in the USA.
Jolie had been planning to take her six kids; Maddox, 16, Pax, 15, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 11, and nine-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox to London while she shoots her sequel Maleficent 2.
‘They are figuring out how it would work, but she is not happy. ‘She wants to take the kids to London with her while she’s shooting, and she’s frustrated with the process. They’re talking about how it would work,’ said a source to Page Six.
The divided couple have been fighting a bitter divorce battle, including who will get custody of their children, since they terminated their marriage in 2016. The Jolie-Pitt split was one of the biggest shock divorces in Hollywood for more than a decade.
According to BBC, the estranged couple met in 2004 on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, in which they both starred, while Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston. They denied relationship rumors at the time, but Jolie later admitted that was when they fell in love.
When Pitt and Jolie wed at their chateau in France in 2014, it felt the most natural of next steps for the famous couple. They had been together for almost a decade and engaged for two years already.
However, just over two years later things came to a sudden break: Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt, citing irreconcilable differences and seeking physical custody for all six of their children.
Nobody ever imagined that would be the end of their relationship. Since Jolie took the determination to file for divorce, the former couple have been trying to settle things between them for the sake of their children, and they are still working on.