We have a great news for fans of the famous couple Angelina Jolie and brad pitt. They spoke to an insider in Brad Pitt's circle who said that he is not interested in reuniting with his estranged wife.
The source further added: "Everyone thinks they are going to get back together".
A new report by US Weekly reveals that friends of the couple have claimed they have not moved forward with trying to legally end their marriage after their shocking split in September 2016.
According to Us Weekly's source, Angelina has been impressed by the change and his commitment.More news: Asus ZenFone 4 specs, pricing leaked
Brad, 53, recently appeared at Glastonbury, where it's claimed he drank nothing but tea, completely shunning alcohol. Pitt, who admitted in an interview with GQ that he was having some pretty serious alcohol problems around the time of the split, has reportedly quit booze cold turkey.
Reps for both have been contacted for comment. "And that's all she ever wanted". In the past several months, what had been an acrimonious split-Jolie alleging Pitt had been unfaithful and abusive towards their children-has also begun to defrost.
"It's surprising that Angelina would use the children to help herself in the story, especially after years where both were dedicated to protecting their privacy", one source told Entertainment Tonight. 52-year-old Brad added that he was used to a strict, old-fashioned family way of life and after the divorce, he realized he needed to change for his family and prove to them that he can be a better father and husband. They're healing from some ... from life, from things in life. "Although Angie took some strong shots at him in the interview, he knows he's finally in a good place with the kids and that one day, he'll have the custody arrangement that he wants".
We just got to get used to the idea that Brangelina does not exist any more, that maybe we'll have to get used to see them together! I have to show them.
So, if these reports are true, it looks like Angelina and Brad Pitt might be getting back together. "I grew up with a father-knows-best/war mentality - the father is all-powerful, superstrong - instead of really knowing the man and his own self-doubt and struggles", Pitt said.