Entertainment

Brad Pitt Is Reportedly Dating Again: ‘He’s Living His Best Life’


Despite ongoing legal disputes with his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie, it seems Brad Pitt is “living his best life” in Los Angeles. 

When he’s not producing and starring in movies like Bullet Train or running his winery in France, a source tells People that Pitt is getting back into the dating game. “He has a large group of artsy friends in L.A. that he hangs out with,” the source said. “He’s dating, but is not in a serious relationship.”

The actor also makes a point to spend time with the children. While a judge declared Pitt and Jolie legally single back in 2019, they share six children: 20-year-old Maddox, 18-year-old Pax, 17-year-old Zahara, 16-year-old Shiloh, and 14-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox. “Brad has dinner with his younger kids when they are all in L.A.,” the source said. “Since the kids are older now, they have their own life and friends. Brad still has a pretty good relationship with them.”

The source continued, “Brad has his movies, he has [Château Miraval] and he has these other [passions],” says the source. “He loves architecture, he loves creativity. He’s living his best life under the circumstances.”

Some of these “circumstances” include Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s legal battle over Château Miraval, the French winery and estate they purchased together in 2008 (the property was also the location of their wedding in 2014). Pitt is currently fighting against Jolie’s decision to sell her shares of the company to a “stranger.” 

An aerial view taken on May 31, 2008, in Le Val, southeastern France, shows the Chateau Miraval, a vineyard estate purchased by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

MICHEL GANGNE/Getty Images

In June, Pitt filed a claim alleging that Jolie “sought to inflict harm” after the couple agreed to never sell their shares in the vineyard without telling the other first. “Jolie pursued and then consummated the purported sale in secret, purposely keeping Pitt in the dark, and knowingly violating Pitt’s contractual rights,” Pitt’s team wrote in the filing obtained by People.



Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.