Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have just taken a huge step in putting their custody battle and divorce settlement behind them after the couple agreed on a more ‘traditional schooling’ for the kids going forward.
According to new legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Pitt filed a stipulation and order in the Los Angeles County Court telling the judge the couple had come to an agreement on “Education and Transitional Support.”
We’re told the new agreement has to do with the schooling of the couple’s children, specifically a more “traditional approach” to their education.
Up until this point, Angelina had decided to home school the children and explained her reasoning in a 2017 interview about her movie, ‘First They Killed My Father.’
“It bothered me how little I was taught in school,” Angelina explained. Adding, “I do worry about my children’s education. I homeschool partially because they are from around the world and it’s very…I didn’t want them to have the same education I had when it came to Vietnam or Cambodia.”
It seems Brad Pitt is a bit more on the traditional side and attending school with other children may be something that is good for the Jolie-Pitt kids.
The details of the kids schooling are sealed to the public and specifics on what school and when they could begin is also being kept private.
But, as you know, all schools in Los Angeles County are closed during this virus outbreak.
Los Angeles has several large private schools where many celebrity children attend, and in some cases, the Jolie-Pitt’s wouldn’t be the most famous kids at the school.
The couple shares six children, but its really only pertaining to Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Vivienne and Knox. Maddox, the oldest, has already started college.
This is a great sign for Brangelina and their ongoing custody battle and unsettled divorce. As we reported, the ex-couple stuck a temporary custody settlement but noting has been made permanent.
We’re told the two stars are still way off of settling their multi-million dollar divorce case. The huge amount of wealth, mixed with their vast amounts of community property, has made if very difficult to come to an agreement.
As we reported, one area of contention was over the couple’s 500-acre Château and Winery, Miraval, which was purchased in 2011 for a reported $60 Million.
Our sources said, at the time, the plan was to pass down the stunning property to their kids.
We broke the story, on March 3, 2020, Angelina filed legal documents in L.A Court asking information in their case be kept private including the couple’s child custody evaluation. An evaluation is ordered in cases like this to look into the mental health and parenting practices of both parents.