The life of Angelina Jolie changed a lot after the divorce from Brad Pitt in 2016. She wants to help her kids to survive this hard period. Because of that, she rejected projects, because she wants to spend more time with them.
She loves directing, but he had a change in the family situation which made it impossible for her to direct for a few years. But at that time she had shorter jobs and she was more at home. Because of all that we could see her in a couple of roles during that time. Before the divorce, she directed three movies. For sure, the best of them is “In the Land of Blood and Honey”.
Not to mention that Angelina and Brad share custody of five of their six children. Pax, Zahar, Shiloh, and twins Vivienne and Knox, while their eldest son Maddox is now 18 years old. However, a source who is close to the couple said that they give all priority to their children. Specifically to their health and happiness, especially during a coronavirus pandemic.
Angelina Jolie doesn’t work much…
All kids are at home with Angelina, but they continue to see Brad. And they are regularly in his home. They are going to school, learning other languages, playing instruments, they play board games, and help cook dinner. For them, this wasn’t a huge change because they use to do their school tasks at home.
However, filming of ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’ took place before the pandemic, and Angelina had children with her all the time. They all stayed together in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the children had fun while she worked.
They do the same things in New Mexico as they do in L.A., go out to restaurants, go shopping, and play sports. Angelina spoils them with a stroller full of toys and sports equipment. She loves to satisfy them with new things as much as she can. She had to work hard so she wanted them to have fun and be busy. Children regularly go to L.A. to see their father Brad.
The 45-year-old actress recently told Vogue that she is aware that her family is unconventional. She is aware that she doesn’t have the skills of a traditional mother. But she doesn’t think that all this prevents her from achieving happiness. She never felt better.