Angelina Jolie opens up about Brad Pitt

Published By Marriska Fernandes on Feb 22, 2017

Angelina Jolie has finally opened up about Brad Pitt and their family.

The actress and director, 41, was on Good Morning America on Tuesday (Feb. 21), promoting the historical drama First They Killed My Father, which she directed. Filmed in Cambodia, the movie will screen on Netflix.

When asked by George Stephanopoulos if her family is healthier now, Angelina took a deep breath and pondered her response before replying, "We are focusing on the health of our family. And so we will be. We will be stronger when we come out of this because that's what we're determined to do as a family."

Stephanopoulos then stated that in the past Angelina has described Brad as a wonderful father and a part of the family and asked Angelina if she still believes that. She responded, "Of course. Of course. We will always be a family. Always."

In September last year, Angelina filed divorce papers and is seeking physical custody of their children – Maddox, 13; Pax, 11; Zahara, nine; Shiloh, eight; and twins Knox and Vivienne, six. ~Marriska Fernandes

Comments & Discussion

  1. John • 2/23/2017 12:30:39 PM

    "We will always be a family" - now she's trying to place nice? No one's buying it.

  2. Mack • 2/23/2017 1:04:10 PM

    playing nice cause everyone took Brad's side.

  3. Colcow • 2/23/2017 3:50:50 PM

    Brad made a bad choice in ever involving her in his life...paying the price. If you look at her history there is no question she would try to make him look like a poor father in hopes of tipping the scales to make her look like a wonderful Mom for sole custody

  4. Diane Wadsworth • 3/2/2017 5:57:58 PM

    I love that lady, She's a beautiful woman, amazing lady.God bless you all.

  5. Leann • 8/7/2017 7:58:33 PM

    Only members of the family know what happened behind closed doors. I don't believe either of them is without fault. Clearly Brad made mistakes. By all appearance his mistakes were grave enough to put his position as a father in jeopardy. He's publicly come out and spoke of those mistakes. What matters most now is how he and Angie proceed from here on in with their family (children) and mending any harm caused during the marriage. He and Angie may not be in love anymore but if they love their children they will do right by them and act responsibly for the best interest of the children they share. To me it sounds as though they are on the right track and speaking ill of each other publicly would be self-serving and the wrong thing to do. Doesn't seem as though either of them are, good for them.

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