A tabloid has come up with claims that former couple Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston will be spending Christmas with his six children. The 55-year-old actor had recently came to a custody agreement with Angelina Jolie, after a bitter battle.
According to a report in New Idea, they are heading to his Missouri home town to see his parents. An alleged source said: "Spending Christmas with Jennifer and all his kids is a dream come true for Brad."
"Now that the custody battle is over and Brad finally has won the kids back on his terms, going on a big family trip to Missouri is on the cards. He's moving heaven and earth to make it happen – he wants all the people he loves under one roof come Christmas morning," the insider added.
Jolie filed for divorce from the Ocean's Eleven star in 2016 after an alleged fight during a flight from France into the US. The mother-of-six filed papers citing irreconcilable differences.
"Brad wants this year's Christmas to be the polar opposite of last year's. He was so alone last year, so heartbroken and really felt like he had nothing to look forward to," the source went on.
"But now that the messy court battle for custody is over, he finally feels like he can move forward with Jen and make a family with her and the kids. He is desperate to make it official with Jennifer, and wants this Christmas holiday to be their new start," the insider added.
However, Gossip Cop debunked the report and revealed there is no truth to it.
Pitt has always openly talked about his love for Pax, Maddox Shiloh, Zahara, Vivienne and Knox. In 2017, during an interview with GQ, the Fury actor revealed that his priority is the children, after their split. He said: "Family first. People on their deathbeds don't talk about what they obtained or were awarded. They talk about their loved ones or their regrets—that seems to be the menu. I say that as someone who's let the work take me away."
"Kids are so delicate. They absorb everything. They need to have their handheld and things explained. They need to be listened to. When I get in that busy work mode, I'm not hearing. I want to be better at that," he added.