In recent months, both Jolie and Pitt have responded to some of the rumors about how they are coping with in-depth interviews. Angelina recently explored her feelings in an interview with Vanity Fair, while Brad talked with GQ. Now, however, multiple reports are claiming that behind the scenes, Jolie and Pitt have pressed the pause button on the divorce proceedings.
Did Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Call Off Their Divorce?
However, there are clashing allegations when it comes to whether Angelina and Brad actually called off their divorce or are in a holding pattern. An insider told E! News that Jolie and Pitt are “not moving forward right now.” As to precisely what the status of the divorce is, however, the source said that the couple is “taking a breather and seeing what happens.”
That “breather” comes in the wake of Angelina and Brad’s separate interviews about the impact on their lives since the split, including their six children ranging in age from 16 to 9. In her Vanity Fair interview, Jolie reflected on the change in moving the flock into a $25 million Los Angeles home, which she called a “big jump forward,” while Brad discussed his sobriety today and his drinking habits of the past with GQ.
“[I didn’t] want to live that way anymore.”
Will Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Reconcile?
Looking back on the months that have passed since Angelina filed for divorce, the insider said that much has changed, pointing to Pitt’s sobriety in particular as having “really changed” their relationship. But is the change enough to turn pressing the divorce pause button into an official reconciliation?
The insider hesitated to confirm the reconciliation rumors, instead saying that the future is “up in the air” for now. And although life can shift “quickly,” the two are not “pursuing the divorce at this time,” added the source.
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