Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt broke the hearts of many when they announced their decision to split after two years of marriage. Avid followers of the couple held them up as an example of a "perfect" pair. However, while some fans are still positive that Brangelina could still save what is left in their relationship, Angelina's previous statement about staying a family hinted that she and Brad might not reunite ever again.

"It was a very difficult time and we're a family. And we will always be a family," Angelina told BBC, in an interview, when asked to talk about her divorce from Brad. "And we will get through this time and hopefully be a stronger family for it," the Maleficent actress went on. Asked how she is coping after the infamous split, Angelina said her focus is their children - Shiloh, 12, Maddox, 17,  Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 10. and that, somehow, finding a way through could help them become stronger and closer to one another.

While Angelina Jolie appears to be on a happy place right now even after her divorce from Brad Pitt, rumors suggested that she is, currently, suffering health crises due to her, allegedly, atypical diet. NW claimed that the Salt actress starved herself while filming the imminent Those Who Wish Me Dead movie in Mexico. An unnamed tipster, allegedly, revealed to the publication that Angelina "has the appetite of a bird."

It was claimed that Angelina's stress from her custody battle and divorce from Brad are the primary causes of her unusual eating habit. The same insider claimed that, while it is nice to see the Lara Croft: Tomb Raider getting so focused on her craft, she also needs to pay attention to her health. National Enquirer even published a story suggesting that Angelina is dying and that she plans to leave all her properties and fortune to Maddox.

While some fans think that there are some truths on these speculations, Gossip Cop made it clear that Angelina Jolie is in good health and that she is not dying anytime soon. Photos of Brad Pitt's ex-ladylove along with her kids in a sushi restaurant in Mexico proved that she is in perfectly good shape right now. This, also, discredited the previous claims that the actress has shunned her other children.

The fact-checking news website added that National Enquirer had been known for publishing fabricated stories and citing shady sources. Hence, this claim saying that Angelina is having problems on her physical and mental health could be another made-up story to get readers' attention.

In October, Gossip Cop also denied the allegations saying that Brad's ex-wife lost so much weight amid the stress of the Brangelina custody battle and emphasized that the actress has always been thin even before she tied the knot with the Troy actor. Stay tuned to Business Times for the latest news and updates about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt!