Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Divorce, İrreconcilable Differences, The Coronavirus Pandemic

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's divorce has 'slowed due to COVID-19'

The couple confirmed their separation in 2016

13/7/2020 7:30:00 AM

In recent weeks, Brad has been spotted visiting Angelina's mansion in Los Angeles, suggesting that the pair have formed a more cordial relationship.

The couple confirmed their separation in 2016

Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt almost four years ago but the proceedings are still yet to be finalised. Now the work has allegedly been put on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic."Brad is seeing the kids but everything involved in their process of resolving legal matters between Angelina and Brad, including the courts, is slowed down because of COVID," an insider told Us Weekly."With the pandemic, it has been hard for everyone, including them. The legal process is slowed because of that. They are continuing regular visits but there has not been a lot of progress in terms of resolving anything."

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The Hollywood couple, who tied the knot in France in 2014, confirmed their separation after two years of marriage. Angelina filed for divorce in September 2016 citing"irreconcilable differences". After a custody battle, they managed to reach an agreement for their six children - Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne - and are reportedly working on coparenting together.

In recent weeks, Brad has been spotted visiting Angelina's mansion in Los Angeles, suggesting that the pair have formed a more cordial relationship."It’s taken them a long time, with a lot of family therapy, to get to this point. The younger kids go back and forth between their houses, and Brad loves spending as much time with them as possible. He seems much happier," said the insider.

The actress spoke to Harper's Bazaar late last year, explaining that the split is preventing her from living overseas."I would love to live abroad and will do so as soon as my children are 18," she revealed."Right now I’m having to base where their father chooses to live."

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