Angelina Jolie shocked her fans when she filed for divorce from Brad Pitt in Sept. 2016. Citing irreconcilable differences, the “Maleficent” actress also petitioned primary custody of the six Jolie-Pitt kids –Shiloh, 13, Maddox, 18, Knox, 11, Zahara, 15, Pax, 16, and Vivienne, 11.
Since Angelina and Brad have separated already, avid followers of the two A-list celebrities are wondering if the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” actor will still get a chance to celebrate the holidays with his children.
Luckily, Star Magazine, on its Jan. 6 issue, suggested that Brad spent some quality time with his kids during Christmas Day. The publication claimed that Angelina allowed her ex-husband to see the kids on Dec. 25.
The “Maleficent” actress, reportedly, wanted Brad to revive his close bond with their six children after a bitter custody battle.
“Angie wants her kids to be happy and have a relationship with their dad,” the insider claimed. “And Brad can’t wait to spend such a special time of the year as a proper family, without strangers watching over them,” it continued.
The entertainment news outlet, however, reported that only Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne planned to see and celebrate the festivities with Brad Pitt.
Maddox is, currently, busy with his studies at Yonsei University in South Korea while Pax and Zahara, allegedly, have not forgiven their father yet since the plane incident that happened in 2016.
The same tipster stated that Brad Pitt put several presents under the Christmas tree. Shiloh, reportedly, even helped her dad buy gifts. It added that, aside from the lavish gifts and food for the celebration, the “Ad Astra” actor wanted to have honest conversations with Angelina Jolie’s kids.
“Spending Christmas with the three is a huge step in mending his relationship with them,” the source stated.In Dec. 2019, HollywoodLife.com, also, reported that Brad Pitt was very excited to spend holidays with his children.
An informant told the publication that the “Troy” star did some preparations to make the get-together more special. At the time, Brad was, allegedly, looking forward to a normal holiday sans the drama.
While it should be fun seeing Brad get reunited with his children to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, it should be noted that there are no enough pieces of evidence to prove that the said reunion really happened.
Also, with Star Magazine and HollywoodLife.com’s history of creating stories based on the accounts of its phony sources, this could be just another work of fiction waiting to be debunked. Hence, fans should take these unverified claims lightly until everything is proven true and correct.