G. McConway
January 29, 2024

Brad Pitt Hopes Relationship with Kids Takes Turn for the Better

There is always a couple in Hollywood that captures a lot of attention and that was the situation when Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were a couple.

Jolie has always had an obsession with adopting children from various parts of the world to give them a better life, but the breakup of Brad and Angelina apparently led to a rocky relationship between Brad and the oldest children adopted by him and Angelina.

According to a new report, Pitt hopes to change that soon.

Not Speaking

As often happens in family breakups, the kids side with the mom and dad is left holding the bag.

According to a family source, that is also what happened here, stating, “They don’t speak to him anymore.

“It’s pretty awkward because their siblings have cut them out of their lives. But he’s holding out hope that they’ll eventually come around.”

The “they” in that conversation is Maddox, Pax, and Zahara, who Pitt is apparently “holding out hope” that the kids will come around and start to have a relationship with him again.

While Brad is looking to make amends, he has to fend off constant jabs by Angelina Jolie in the media, as she constantly talks about how “she’s spent years healing from the pain he caused the family.”

While Pitt does not have a relationship with the oldest children, he does still see his three youngest quite often, so exactly what the rift is remains unknown.

This surely has something to do with the fact the older children testified against Pitt during the divorce trial, with Pax regularly posting negative comments about Pitt, and Zahara dropping his last name from hers.

The three oldest children are 22, 20, and 19, while the three youngest, Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne, are 17 and 15, respectively (Knox and Vivienne are twins).

Father’s Day will be here before you know it, Brad, so better mend those fences soon if you expect to get a card from your eldest this year.

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