Angelina Jolie has opened up about the reason behind her split from Brad Pitt
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The famous celebrity partnership Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt split up in 2016, and so far, both have remained pretty private on the subject. However, this seems to have changed when Angelina explained the reasons for their separation in a rare interview with British Vogue.
Angelina, 45, explained the separation and announced that she made the decision because she wanted to focus on the well-being of her family and children. She said, "I broke up for my family's well-being. I continue to focus on healing them."
She also spoke about the effects of rumors of her separation from Brad on her six children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne. She added, "Some have exploited my silence and the children see lies about themselves in the media, but I remind them that they know their own truth and mind."
Angelina continued: "In fact there are six very brave, very strong young people." And they certainly seem that way to us.
The star previously read about how her children helped her find herself, and Harper's Bazaar said, "My children know my true self and they helped me find it and hug it. They have been through a lot . I learn from their strength. "
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She also revealed how her plans to move away from her US base were still dependent on Brad, and said, "I would like to live abroad and will do so once my children are 18 years old. I have to be there right now station where they are. " Father decides to live. "
We are glad that these two still keep it amicable.
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