Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt calling off divorce


Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie gave us a hint of happiness when the rumours about Brangelina reconciling and calling off the divorce made headlines.

According to E! News, the former couple, who announced they were separating in September 2016, is "taking a breather" regarding their divorce proceedings and see what will happen next.

One insider told the publication: 'The divorce is off.

"They haven't done anything to move it forward in several months and no one thinks they are ever going to", the source said, reports Hindustan Times. The United Nations special envoy for refugees had confessed to friends that she'd consider taking Pitt back "if he showed he was committed to raising a family", says a Jolie pal.

The reason given for the alleged stall is Brad coming clean about his boozing in an interview with GQ this past May.

Reps for both Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have been contacted by in regards to the claims. That's why he's moving forward with the divorce, regardless of whether anyone likes it or not.

Brad apparently "got sober to try and win her back" and that him quitting drinking was "all she ever wanted". After the announcement of their divorce, Brad and Angelina discussed some of their marital issues in separate interviews as well as the effects of these in their children.

The insider added that Jolie was obviously "still so in love with him".

"And three, they may be exploring getting back together."

After filing for divorce, Angelina took the kids and stayed in a rental before purchasing a $25 million mansion in Los Feliz, California.

As he fought for joint custody of their children, Pitt also faced his own parental shortcomings. They have been trying to fill the void in Jolie's life after the split and there were reports that suggested that they have tried bringing the couple together but Pitt and Jolie want to end the relationship and the kids just need to accept it. And Mrs. Smith in 2004 when Brad was still married to Jennifer Aniston. Vanity Fair has refused to print a retraction or an apology after critics slammed Angelina for her film's exploitative and insensitive casting strategy.