Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's legal battle continues, but the former is trying his best to put aside their feuds to continue having a good relationship with their kids. The actor doesn't want their court cases affect his bond with their six children.
Despite being apart, Brad Pitt is making his best efforts to see his kids with Angelina Jolie as often as possible. He even flew to Italy to be with his twins, Knox and Vivienne, for their 14th birthday in July.
A source said in the new issue of Us Weekly that the "Once Upon a Time in...Hollywood" star "pushed" to see his kids as often as possible "wherever they all are in the world." Fortunately, the children seemed to appreciate their dad's effort.
The insider continued that it meant a lot to Vivienne and Knox when their father went to their birthday. He even made a "big fuss" of Shiloh when she turned 16 in May.
HollywoodLife added Brad Pitt spoke about Shiloh with pride as she pursued her interest in dancing. At the Los Angeles premiere of his new movie "Bullet Train," he admitted it brought a tear to his eye when he saw his daughter's viral dance moves.
He called Shiloh's dancing "very beautiful" and loved seeing them find their own way and the things they were interested in. If he would have it his way, he wanted them to "find their own voice and flourish."
With Brad Pitt's love for his kids, the tipster added that the "Fight Club" star cherishes every moment he has with them. He loves being a parent and has been trying his best despite their situation since he has a "hostile" relationship with their mom.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie share six children: Maddox, 21, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne. The 58-year-old actor adopted Maddox in 2006 after the famed humanitarian adopted him before they started a romance. But as Maddox and Pax are of legal age, they can now decide if they want to be with their father or not.
For starters, the ex-couple tied the knot in August 2014 after being together for nearly a decade. They parted ways in 2016 after a two-year marriage and were declared single in 2019. However, since then, they've been in a messy custody battle.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are also fighting over their Chateau Miraval winery, which they co-owned after getting married. The "Eternals" actress sold her share of the company in October 2021, but her former husband alleged in a lawsuit that she did it "without his knowledge or consent."