There seem to be two good things happening for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. One is the recent news that they are talking again for their children's sake and such it taken as a "significant step". Second, the recent news revolving around the two do not hint that both or any of the estranged lovers is dating with someone since they publicly declared their separation September last year. The Pit and Jolie news comes out these days with hopeful contents.
It is six months now that they go on with their respective lives and the good thing, according to Independent celebrity news, is that Pitt and Jolie are talking again, which is described by many as "a significant step". The report said that in their last meeting they did not talk about the place incident and all those talked about by the press. Everything was accordingly being processed by their lawyers and assistants..
PEOPLE obtained a statement signed by Pitt and Jolie in January this year where both agreed to preserve the privacy of their children and family by keeping all court documents confidential. There was also a provision in the agreement that the parents are committed to act as a united front to effectuate recovery and reunification.
Both Pitt and Jolie are busy in their respective endeavors. PEOPLE reported that Pitt has been dabbling in a new hobby- sculpting while he has been reconnecting with old friends. Pitt, 53, is also preparing for his next movies as an actor and producer. His love life isn't his priority now. As to Jolie, 41, she gave globetrotting tours to her six children while busy having speaking engagements in her humanitarian advocacies with the U.N. The latest mom's treat was the weeklong tour in London and it was such an adventure to the children- Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Shiloh, 10, Zahara, 12, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 8. Last February they were brought to Cambodia.
Pitt and Jolie parted ways abruptly last year stemming from the reported incident in a private place where Pitt accordingly got physical with eldest son Maddox. Pitt was cleared though of any wrongdoing, but a temporary custody agreement limited the father's visitation to the children.