Angelina Jolie is reportedly having a hard time dealing with being a mother to her six kids without her estranged husband Brad Pitt. Because of this, some reports were claiming that the actress is also having a difficult time coping with her mother's absence.

When Angelina Jolie filed for divorce last year, many people were shocked as her marriage and relationship with Brad Pitt was considered as something to emulate. That's why when the separation was announced, it was really a heart-wrenching year not only for the people but most especially for the ex-couple.

In these difficult times of her life, Metro US claimed that Angelina Jolie is longing for the presence of her mother. If her mom is only alive now, Jolie shared that it will be a different case and that she will really get through all of these without pain and hurt.

Brad Pitt's ex-wife wished that she could speak to her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, a French-American actress. It can be recalled that Angelina Jolie's mother passed away last 2007 due to ovarian cancer. Meanwhile, when Jolie was still a toddler, her parents separated but she grew up with her mom.

In her latest interview, Angelina Jolie revealed that she would give anything for her mother to be with her at this moment of her life. Even if her mother is no longer with her, she said that she always communicates with her in her mind and try to think on what her mother might advise her.

As she misses her mother, Angelina Jolie is also unhappy for her six children she shares with Brad Pitt. According to the actress, if only her mother is alive now, she would have thrived as a grandmother. According to The Sun, she is aware on how much her mother would have contributed to the lives of her children and it is so sad that they miss that one.

Meanwhile, Angelina Jolie also shared that being a mother to her six kids was the greatest things she has ever done in her life and not with her career. Because of this, Brad Pitt's ex-wife is making sure that she will find all means just to make her six kids happy.