Angelina Jolie Says She Left Brad Pitt "for the Wellbeing of My Family"

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From Harper's BAZAAR
Angelina Jolie reported in a new interview about her separation from Brad Pitt.
The actress revealed that she had "separated for the benefit of my family".
Her focus remains on her children, whom she calls "six very brave, very strong young people".
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's breakup shocked fans around the world. However, the actress is now making it clear that she deviates from her marriage and puts her children first.
In a new interview with Vogue India, Jolie was open about why she divorced Pitt. The Oscar winner was asked how she can get "a healthy environment" for her six children in the midst of the top-class separation. Jolie replied, "I broke up for the good of my family. It was the right decision. I continue to focus on healing her."
She went on: "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. In fact, they are six very brave, very strong boys People people. "
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The actress and activist previously told Harper's BAZAAR that she currently lives in the United States so her children can be close to her father. Jolie said: "I would like to live abroad and will do this as soon as my children are 18 years old. At the moment I have to settle where their father wants to live."
"My body has been through a lot in the past ten years, especially the past four years, and I have both the visible and the invisible scars that I can show for it," Jolie revealed.
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