It has been almost a year since Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt announced their divorce but until now, reports are saying that it is not moving forward. This also gave an indication that the former couple is taking things lightly and in the end, they might consider reconciling.
Latest reports confirmed that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have pressed pause on their divorce proceedings. It can be recalled that last year, the A-list actress filed for divorce from her husband of two years but things have come to a standstill.
According to a report from E! News, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are taking a breather in their divorce proceedings and will see what will happen in the course of this legal battle. After the announcement of their divorce, Brad and Angelina discussed some of their marital issues in separate interviews as well as the effects of these in their children.
It was reported before that Angelina Jolie and the six children moved to a $25 million worth of mansion in Los Angeles which she described as a big forward for them. Moreover, it was claimed that the said mansion which she purchased was near Brad's house in L.A. too.
Meanwhile, Brad Pitt also shared some things about his alcohol addiction during his interview with GQ Style. He shared that he was good and professional when it comes to his drinking habits. But later, he admitted that he did not want to live that way anymore.
As it was just reported on Mail Online that their divorce is hanging at the moment, some were claiming that one of the reasons Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt has been doing this is because they want to make sure that they are doing the right thing. After Jolie filed for divorce, some sources claimed that a lot has changed and that Brad's sobriety really affected their relationship.
Because of the latest report regarding their divorce proceedings, reports were rife that an official reconciliation might just be over the horizon. If Bard Pitt and Angelina Jolie really mind the kids, then there is a possibility that they will put an end to the legal process.