Once a Hollywood power couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt may have been couple goals before their split but even when the two were together, things may not have been as rosy as they seemed on the surface.
Based on a report by US Weekly citing a source, the 44-year-old Salt actor was pressurised by Brad Pitt into marrying him. She added that she vows to never walk the aisle ever again.
The report quoted the rumour mill as stating that she has shelved the idea of getting married as she is presently too focused on her children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne.
As for Pitt, he has been sharing headlines with mystery lady Sat Hari Khalsa.
However, claims of the two being together, have also been refuted by Entertainment Tonight which asserted that the ‘Ad Astra’ star is not seeing anyone right now.
In other news, things are heading towards a positive path for exes Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt after a brutal legal battle that happened in 2016.
The pair have found a way out with a pending court date looming with regards to the custody of their six children, according to media reports.
Jolie’s attorney Samantha Bley Dejean said the details of which remain confidential “to protect the best interest of their kids”.
Jolie has backed out of her earlier petition seeking sole physical custody of the children a middle ground between the two parties was recently agreed.
The agreement left Jolie “relieved with the progress for the health of the family,” shared an insider privy to the matter.
Pitt, on the other hand, did not approve of the agreement.
“While some progress has been made, this isn’t an ideal situation for Brad,” a second source told us at the time.
“There’s an arrangement in place but it’s not a permanent agreement, and there’s a long road ahead.”
As a result, Pitt is expected to spend more time with his kids.
“Brad is hoping the worst is behind them and that they can move on from the fighting and painful past. He knows in the long run the kids are best with both their mom and dad in the picture,” said a third source. /TISG