Angelina Jolie happy to see traits of Brad in their kids (Photo: Facebook)
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s romance from the start of Mr. and Mrs. Smith made us believe that forever was engraved in their stars. Hence, when Jolie filed for divorce in 2016, it crushed a lot of Brangelina’s fans. Because we have to admit they exhibited what a powerhouse was. As fate would have it, the duo who started out as one of the most romantic couples also ended up having one of the worst divorces. And since their split, the two have been ensnarled in a fierce custody battle of their six children.
Recently, the duo, however, has squared away the terms of their custody battle, coming to a custody agreement in November. And according to reports, Angie has even grown to appreciate how many of Brad’s qualities are instilled in their children. A source told Hollywood Life, “As Angelina‘s kids get older, they remind her more and more of their father Brad,” a source close to the actress shares. “It warms her heart to think the kids are taking on some of the amazing qualities she fell in love with in Brad. Angelina sees some of the kids mannerisms, their sense of humor, and other sweet characteristics of the kids are all subtly falling in line with how Brad behaves.”, they added.
As with any estranged couple, Angelina and Brad still have yet to come to a mutual agreement on many regards when it comes to their children. And that includes important days, like birthdays and holidays. According to reports, Jolie had big plans for Zahara Jolie Pitt who turned 14-years-old this January. She, however, she wasn’t ready to include Brad in the festivities.
“There’s still lingering resentment for Angelina when it comes to Brad, which does not make things easy when considering inviting Brad over for something like a birthday party,” another source shared with HollywoodLife.
”Zahara’s dad will have to celebrate with her at a different time,” they went on to say.
Considering what the duo have gone through, the new reveal shows that the duo is headed for a better co-parenting.