The recent period of lockdown was not obvious to anyone. Just like us, celebrities have had to stay locked in their homes in order to best protect themselves against the Coronavirus epidemic. Last March, when the state of California had decreed confinement for its citizens, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had to organize for the custody of their six children, Maddox (19), Pax (16), Zahara (15), Shiloh (14) as well as twins Vivienne and Knox (12). And it is finally at their mother’s place that the whole small tribe has passed the confinement.

As a close source told E! News, the six children spent the period of confinement with Angelina Jolie at her home, but still continued to see their father Brad Pitt, for regular visits. The two actors had therefore decided to make a small departure from the total confinement, so that their children could spend time with them both. And precisely during this period for the less abnormal, Angelina Jolie could see that all her children have helped each other.

A tight-knit family

During an interview with Extra, the 45-year-old actress confided in her personal life, in addition to her role in the film The One and the Only Ivan, soon available on Disney +. “They were all together all the time, it’s a very good group, so everyone helped each other”, said Angeline Jolie, before adding: “We are lucky”. The mother also said that her eldest son Maddox has not returned to South Korea to resume his studies. The teenager had to leave Yonsei University in Seoul, and return to the United States because of the health crisis. “He had to stay home after he came back from Korea. He continues his classes online, so I think he starts at 6 pm at night,” Jolie explained. Last April, the actress explained that her son returned to the benches of the university as soon as the health crisis is over … Obviously it will not be before September minimum.

Pax Thien Jolie-Pitt, Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, Vivienne Marcheline Jolie-Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Zaha © Backgrid

Lara T.
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