October 21, 2021

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Her rare beliefs about her “difficult” divorce from Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Her rare beliefs about her "difficult" divorce from Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

In an interview with “Vogue” magazine, Angelina Jolie gave new and rare beliefs about breaking up with Brad Pitt.

This is in a new interview with the British edition of the magazine. “VoguePublished on Monday, February 21, 2021 Angelina Jolie Claimed his separation Brad Pitt. Rare ads for a 45-year-old actress The 57-year-old comedian has been officially divorced since 2019, But relationships with whom are damaged. Four years after their separation, the couple have not yet succeeded in concluding a permanent contract for the custody of their children.

In the interview, Edward Enninful, editor of “Vogue UK”, asked Angelina Jolie “(is she) happy at this stage in her life?” The director replied: “I do not know. The last few years have been very difficult. I focused on healing our family. It comes back slowly (…). I was not there. I’m not there yet. But I hope to achieve it. I’m counting on it, ”she said. And to add that she “liked” aging. “It simply came to our notice then. I was much more comfortable in my forties than in my youth. Maybe because … I do not know … because my mother did not live long, so there is something about age, it feels successful, it is not sad in my eyes, ”she said.

His house is “five minutes” from Brad Pitt.

Angelina Jolie was interviewed on the Los Angeles Estate, a sprawling estate once owned by legendary producer Cecil B. Demille. As reported at the time, she bought the property in 2017 for a whopping $ 5.54.5 million. “Variety“One of the reasons she chose this house was because it was so close to Brad Pitt’s house.” I wanted to be close to my father’s father, who was five minutes away. And there are so many sidewalks and places to think about. I feel so lucky for us right now, ”she concluded.

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