It's no secret that the Brangelina divorce has taken a toll on both Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, both of whom have been spending less time in the spotlight than usual. On Saturday, Angelina stepped out with the Jolie-Pitt kids for the first time since filing for divorce. Jolie and her brood made an appearance in Cambodia at a press event for her new movie "First They Killed My Father."

Angelina Jolie brings the children to Cambodia

Angelina Jolie directed the movie, which is based on the memoir written by Cambodian human-rights activist Loung Ung.

"First They Killed My Father" is a true story, written about the Khmer Rouge regime and the effects that communism had on the country in the 1970s.

"First They Killed My Father" is described as a passion project for Angelina, whose son Maddox was born in Cambodia. It was reported that both Maddox and Pax helped her to make the movie adaptation. While in Cambodia for the press event, Angelina Jolie's children were able to meet the Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's divorce battle got ugly

Jolie made headlines, not so much for her new movie, but because it was the first time that she has been seen in public with her children since back in September when everyone learned that she had filed for divorce from Brad Pitt.

Angelina Jolie cited irreconcilable difference in the divorce paperwork but their problems went much deeper than just not getting along.

Brad Pitt ended up getting investigated for child abuse due to an alleged altercation on board a private jet flight from France to Los Angeles. It was when the jet landed that someone outside of the aircraft heard the commotion going on inside and filed a report.

Children's Protective Services and the FBI got involved and although Angelina ended up winning full custody of the children, no charges were filed against Pitt.

Quite a bit of information about the Jolie-Pitt divorce and custody battle was being shared with the press until January. That was when both Jolie and Pitt finally signed a legal agreement to keep the remainder of their custody battle private, in order to protect the children.

While in Cambodia to promote her new movie, Angelina Jolie broke her silence about the ordeal only for a minute. Before talking about how her main focus is her children, Angelina said:

"We are a family, and we always will be a family, and we will get through this time and hopefully be a stronger family for it."