Angelina Jolie, 41, gave a television interview to the BBC where she spoke about the difficult Divorce she is going through with Brad Pitt, 53. The actress is in Siem Reap, Cambodia, promoting her last movie "First They Killed My Father", that will be released worldwide by Netflix. The "Salt" star, accompanied by her six children, had to talk about the complex family situation they are going through. The most important thing she said is that they will always be a family, that they can overcome this problem together and that they will leave of this situation strengthened.

The only thing that matters to her is the welfare of her kids.


Jolie is confident that she and the children will be able to overcome this situation because her entire family has already had a similar experience. Her parents divorced when she was very young, yet she and her brother James Haven, 43, were still able to live a full life. She wants the same thing happen to her children, and wants them to have a happy future regardless of the divorce of their parents. Meanwhile the Oscar winner has total custody of her children and Pitt can only see them when accompanied by a psychologist. The "Allied" star is depressed by this situation because he wants to see his children freely like he did before the divorce.


Jolie plans to leave her acting career to focus as a film director as well as produce her own films. She believes that in this way she will have more time for the kids and can give them an ideal education. In addition, the artist is fed up with Hollywood and wants her children to have a as normal a life as possible. Both she and her ex-husband have new partners.

The actress has been dating Jared Leto, 45, in secret, and Pitt is hooking up with Kate Hudson, 37. None of them have talked to the media about their new love interests.

During her visit to Cambodia the artist ate insects like spiders, cockroaches and scorpions and taught her children how to cook them, as she believes that insects are very nutritious for the human body.