Angelina Jolie and her life have been much in the public eye as of late. The “poor” actress and mother has been through her share of troubles. However, she and the family appears to have bounced back twenty-five million times over.
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Jolie reveals details about her life after her breakup from husband, Brad Pitt. She also talks about the six children the couple share. She expresses how they are all dealing with the past, present and their outlook on the future.
The children, Vivienne, Knox, Shiloh, Maddox, Pax, and Zahara appear to be doing fine. Equally important, Angelina Jolie discusses Bell’s Palsy and how paralysis or muscle weakness on one side of her face could affect her career.
After fans learned the news of the couple’s breakup, the kids and Angelina spent several months living out of their luggage and travel bags.
Angelina Jolie Moving On Up… to the East Side
Now, the family is setting up camp in a lavish mansion in LA, sold to the mother of six for $25 million. The new home is a polished 11,000 sq ft, located in Loz Feliz, a discriminating neighborhood east of LA.
Jolie says they are “just kind of coming up for air.” She admits the move is a “big jump forward,” for them. They should have plenty of room to grow in their new home. The family is ready to put the past behind them and move forward.
As of this date, the reason for the split is still speculatory. Trouble came shortly after the shooting of Angelina’s motion picture, First They Killed My Father. However, it wasn’t a decision made lightly, specific events leading up to the inescapable divorce.
With that said, the “A” List Celebrity also admits the family is “not healing from divorce,” but rather, “healing from the events that led to the filling.” Although the year has been difficult, Angelina Jolie has not provided inside information to the public.
Not only that, but she refuses the idea the family’s hectic schedules had anything to do with the draw of straws. The starlet assures us it “was not the problem.” And as for the children, well, “they’re six very strong-minded, thoughtful, worldly individuals.”
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