The news that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were divorcing was announced back in September 2016 and since then the media has speculated a lot about what’s going on in their private life.
That being said, Angelina has opened up about the split during a recent interview for BBC in Cambodia that aired this Sunday. Jolie revealed how she and the kids are facing with the whole divorce situation.
When asked by the interviewer, the 41 year old actress told that the last few months have been quite difficult. She added that everyone is staying at her room to stay close to each other.
“Two hamsters and two dogs and two children at the moment. It’s wonderful. So usually I just wake up trying to figure out who’s going to get the dog out, who’s gonna start the pancakes and did anybody brush their teeth.” – The actress told.
Angelina currently has physical custody of the couple’s six children, Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and the twins Vivienne and Knox.
Despite everything that has went down, especially considering Brad Pitt was investigated by FBI after allegedly getting into an altercation with his eldest son, Jolie had nothing but good words to say about him. “We are and forever will be a family”, she told.
The actress told that she hopes that the whole family will come out stronger after everything they’re going through and whatever happens her focus is her children.
The two actors met on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith in 2003 and immediately had a connection. They started dating ever since and got married in 2014, after having six children. Unfortunately they filed for divorce in September 2016.
Jolie is currently in Cambodia to promote her upcoming film First They Killed My Father, and she took her kids with her on the trip.
Watch her interview with BBC below: