A lot can happen in a little over a year’s time. Hollywood’s most watched couple, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, were a cozy twosome when they met with Prince William and Kate Middleton for tea at Kensington Palace in mid-2015. Recently, Prince William is said to have considered severing ties with Brad Pitt.
The Duchess of Cambridge, for her part, could not picture Pitt hurting his kids intentionally. It would seem like the British royals are divided on their sentiments about the Pitt-Jolie split.
Before the tea party with Prince William and Kate Middleton, Jolie and her family had the opportunity to meet Queen Elizabeth II in October 2014. The Queen presented to Jolie the Honorary Dame Grand Cross, which signifies the equivalent of knighthood. Jolie was acknowledged for her efforts in aiding British foreign policy.
Are Queen Elizabeth and Prince William on the side of Angelina Jolie, then? These reports appear to be hearsay. One thing looks certain, though. It is becoming evident that the Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie divorce issues are “causing more problems than previously thought,” Celebrity Dirty Laundry reported.
Bearing the brunt of the Brangelina divorce are the Hollywood A-list couple’s children. The alleged child abuse issue gave the Maleficent actress the upper hand in the custody of the children. Pitt’s reputation has been besmirched. However, unless proven guilty of “getting physical” in a really negative way with one of his kids, then in the eyes of many people he remains a good father.
In fact, Pitt took the time to see his children after the media commotion subsided, and is complying with the conditions set forth by the Department of Children and Family Services. The positive turn of events is that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have given the nod of approval to a voluntary agreement involving, first and foremost, their kids.
As far as the British royals are concerned, it is not a remote possibility that Prince William and Kate Middleton will eventually get in touch with Pitt and Jolie to show some support, as friends do.
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