The recent news of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's split has devastated many die-hard fans and completely ruined the rest of humanity’s week. The worlds sexiest couple, together for over 10 years, 6 really cool children, and what seemed like the most perfect life is now coming to an end. It is just so hard to comprehend.

Just...why?

According to TMZ, the break-up was triggered by conflict over the kids, substance abuse, and Brad’s anger issues. Angelina is apparently extremely upset with his parenting methods and fed up with his consumption of weed and alcohol. In an interview with Bill Maher in 2009, it was revealed Brad is a very talented joint roller.

That same year Quentin Tarantino told Jimmy Kimmel he and Brad drank six bottles of wine and smoked weed. Pitt has had a rich history of drinking, smoking weed, and partying. This mixed in with a potential anger problem that Angelina felt was too dangerous for the children to be exposed to.

What will happen to the kids?

Angelina, who is prominently involved in international charity projects, is seeking physical custody of the couples 6 children and asking the judge to give Brad visitation rights. Angie does not want Brad to have joint physical custody of their children, nor is she looking for spousal support, but is granting Brad visitation rights of Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox. Angelina’s attorney, Robert Offer, is quoted as saying she made her decision, “for the health of the family."

Brad recently spoke about the divorce in a statement to People Magazine, ”I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the well-being of our kids.

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I kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time."

The couple was last spotted celebrating the birthday of their son Knox this July in West Hollywood.The date of separation has been listed as September 15, 2016 and Angelina is currently residing in a rental home with all 6 children. Hopefully the family will find peace and privacy while the rest of us can get back to focusing on more important and uplifting news.