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Are Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt reconciling? Divorce proceedings postponed

Are Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt reconciling? Divorce proceedings postponed Are Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt reconciling? Divorce proceedings postponed
Stacy Diaz | 13 August, 2017, 12:06

But according to US Weekly last week, they had a change of heart recently and have chose to "call off" their impending divorce. It's still in the works as Brad Pitt has no plans on ever getting back together again with the mother of his six children, Angelina Jolie.

Speaking about Brad, Angelina added: "We care for each other and care about our family, and we are both working towards the same goal". Vanity Fair has refused to print a retraction or an apology after critics slammed Angelina for her film's exploitative and insensitive casting strategy. And for Brad Pitt, this hurts the most.

Another source explained: "The divorce has not been called off, it is still going ahead, they are just in no hurry".

The Maleficent star addressed the split revealing that "things got bad" between the two by summer of 2016, adding that 'It's just been the hardest time, and we're just kind of coming up for air'. "I grew up with a father-knows-best/war mentality - the father is all-powerful, superstrong - instead of really knowing the man and his own self-doubt and struggles", Pitt said.

Angelina praised her and Brad's six children. "I was boozing too much".

This is not the first time that the children have expressed their concern about the divorce.

After filing for divorce, Angelina took the kids and stayed in a rental before purchasing a $25 million mansion in Los Feliz, California.

And the third possible reason for Pitt and Jolie to press pause on the divorce, according to Phillips, is all about reconciling.

Meanwhile, the insider claims: 'Everyone thinks they are going to get back together.

Phillips also noted that in the case of Brad and Angelina, the media has been particularly "voyeuristic".

The couple ended relationship after being together for 12 years, after Pitt allegedly abused the couple's eldest son Maddox in a drunken state during a plane trip in September last year.

Consequently, with regard to the silence that Brad and Angelina have maintained in the wake of the new headlines, Stacy said that the couple has been wise to avoid airing any changes in their relationship in the court of public opinion and media headlines.