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Angelina Jolie 'stalls' legal split from Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie 'stalls' legal split from Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are calling off their divorce and getting back together, according to reports.

"The divorce is off - she's still so in love with him", an unnamed source told the publication.

'They haven't done anything to move it forward for several months, and no one thinks they are ever going to'. 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.

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Both representatives of Pitt and Jolie have yet to confirm the news, but the source claimed that the former's decision to get sober was a big factor. "Everyone thinks they are going to get back together", says the source.

The Maleficent star addressed the split revealing that "things got bad" between the two by summer of 2016, adding that 'It's just been the hardest time, and we're just kind of coming up for air'. "Things can change quickly", the source adds, "but they aren't pursuing the divorce at this time". 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. They are parents to six kids, Maddox, 15; Pax, 13; Shiloh, 11; Zahara, 12; and twins Vivienne and Knox, 9. Calling the six-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate "a big jump forward for us", in the September issue of Vanity Fair, the Oscar victor said, "We're all trying our best to heal our family". She and Brad Pitt reportedly stalled their divorce. However, Brad was later cleared of the allegations.

Others were still jokingly holding out hope that Brad would end up with his ex Jennifer Aniston! "We're all trying our best to heal our family", she told Vanity Fair.


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