Angelina Jolie: why did she get closer to Brad Pitt in the midst of a pandemic?

Since their divorce in 2016, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have very rarely found common ground. But for several months, relations between the former spouses seem to have really calmed down. Indeed, after having found an arrangement during the end of year celebrations, they do their best to live in harmony, in particular for the well-being of their five children: Maddox Chivan, Pax Thien, Zahara Marley, Shiloh Nouvel , Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline.

This is also the reason why they found a new agreement during confinement. As reported by the Daily Mail, the Maleficent actress has moved into her home in Los Feliz, Calif., A five-minute drive from the father of her children. The pandemic has therefore not separated the family clan since the 57-year-old actor has made the trip several times.

Angelina Jolie in full recovery

During this difficult period, Angelina Jolie naturally wanted her children to continue to bond with their father. In an interview with Vogue in early February, she shyly spoke of her private life and let it be known that she yearned for a more peaceful future. “The last few years have been quite difficult. I am focusing on healing our family. It is slowly coming back, like ice melting and blood returning to my body,” she said.

After months of quarrels, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt manage to communicate, in particular thanks to a therapy which they followed. “They really needed to find a solution to learn how to deal with child care issues, and how Brad could behave like a father again,” a source told People Magazine. However, an official custody deal of their children has still not been found.

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