Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to divorce

Couple splits after 12 years together

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One of Hollywood’s most glamorous couples is splitting up.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s two-year marriage is over.

They have apparently been living apart for months and have had several rows in recent months, allegedly over the future of their children as well as their marriage.

Angelina, 41, and Brad, 52, have been together for 12 years; they married in 2014.

A source close to the couple told The Sun: “Angelina is very unhappy with the marriage and is considering splitting from Brad.

“There have been rumours around the status of the relationship for years, but they are now very much in turmoil and it is hard to see a way out.

“There have been a constant string of arguments about their future and their children.

“The marriage is in crisis and friends doubt it will survive, although Brad and Angelina are both committed to do as much as they can to stay together for the sake of the kids while they are still young.

“They have come through a lot before and somehow managed to keep up appearances but Brad thinks this time is different.”

They haven’t been seen together officially for almost a year and Angelina has previously admitted that she was “really worried” about their marriage.

Speaking about their last movie, which she wrote, produced and directed, Angelina admitted that the characters were very much like her and Brad.

She said: “Brad and I have our issues, but if the characters were even remotely close to our problems we couldn’t have made the film.

“To be clear: we have fights and problems like any other couple.”

She continued: “We have days when we drive each other absolutely mad and want space, but the problems in the movie aren’t our specific problems.”

She also admitted that there had been turmoil in the married life together by adding: “Brad has never seen what I’m like when he’s left me after one of our fights.”

It now seems that it is all over and the fallout from this high profile marriage will begin in earnest.

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor

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