Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are entrenched in a messy divorce, and HollywoodLife.com has learned how Brad is feeling about the fact that he and Angie have to attend counseling sessions as part of the process. Obviously, the actor is not over the moon about it — in fact, he’s downright ‘depressed’. Get all of the details right here!
Brad Pitt, 52, and Angelina Jolie, 41, are trying to make their divorce as painless as possible for the family, but the path is rocky. The Bodyguard Group Of Beverly Hills‘s Kris Herzog, former security consultant for the entire family, current adviser and extended family friend, shares EXCLUSIVELY with HollywoodLife.com: “Brad is deeply depressed and regretful for anything he may have done that caused this divorce and his separation from his children, whom he loves with all his heart.” Yes, this has to be so difficult for all parties, and it’s a bummer to hear that Brad is depressed over the ordeal — though of course, we can’t blame him.
“Brad will be attending group counseling sessions with Angelina and the entire family,” Herzog adds. “Both Brad and Angelina love their children one million percent and would do anything for their happiness and safety. The family will all be working together as a group to make the divorce as painless as possible of a transition period.” Good to hear that everyone is doing their part for the sake of the kids, but it definitely won’t be easy.
As we previously told you, Brangelina has struck a temporary custody deal, in which they have agreed to go to counseling, then attend group therapy with Maddox, 15, Zahara, 11, Pax, 12, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox, 8, and Vivienne, 8.
HollywoodLifers, do feel bad that Brad is depressed over his role in Angie’s decision to divorce him? Tell us what you think!