Angelina Jolie has started family therapy with her six kids, shortly after announcing her shocking split with Brad Pitt. It’s reportedly been a ‘traumatic situation’ for everyone involved, but they’re working towards finding peace again! Get the scoop on how they’re moving forward here.
It’s only been a short while since Angelina Jolie, 41, filed for divorce from her beau of twelve years, Brad Pitt, 52. The Maleficent actress has been “staying strong for her kids” as their family unit adapts to the changing dynamic, according to People. Angelina and their six children have reportedly enrolled into therapy, focusing on their well-being during this tough time. Brangelina agreed to a temporary plan recommended by the Department of Children and Family Services and under the terms, the Jolie-Pitt brood will remain with their mother until Oct. 20. Luckily, Brad reunited with the kids recently for the first time in weeks and they all had a “wonderful time.”
The former flames will also reportedly be attending individual counseling, while Brad will submit to voluntary drug and alcohol tests. Brad was first under investigation following a dispute where he was allegedly physically and verbally abusive on a private plane. We’ve since discovered that Angie has no intention to punish him, but only wants the best for their kids. The source continued, “It’s been a traumatic situation. They are used to more activities and more entertainment so it’s difficult for them to just stay at the house.” Hopefully things will settle soon.
The family has been relaxing and keeping a low profile, watching movies and playing in the pool. Meanwhile, the Allied actor is reportedly sleeping at George Clooney‘s house. Brad doesn’t seem to want to stay at the family abode, considering how many memories they’ve shared there. He’s still grieving from the shocking split, but is doing whatever it takes to make things better. As we EXCLUSIVELY reported, “Both Brad and Angelina love their children one million percent and would do anything for their happiness and safety.”
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