After their high-profile divorce, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are now talking again. However, fans shouldn’t let their hopes high for reconciliation as they only connect to each other again for the sake of their kids.

To recall, the ex-couple even hired a private judge to handle their divorce and child custody issues without them talking. But, it looks like everything will now work out fine as they are communicating once again.

Ex-couple now talking again

"Things have calmed settled between Brad And Angelina. It's not as tense as it had been," a source told E!

News. The “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” stars consider more the situation of their children, thus they are working hard to do what is best for them.

In fact, an insider close to Brad revealed that although they are communicating once again, it is “limited but positive.” This, too, is said to be an important step for the couple to patch things up, but things are still going through their lawyers and assistants.

How did the former pair started to talk again?

Since the plane incident and the announcement of their divorce, Brad and Angelina haven’t talked to each other ever since. The two just got reconnected as recommended by their kids’ and their own therapists.

They are now keener to mend their children’s broken hearts because of their highly talk about split.

The A-list stars are only talking about their kids and their own schedules and it’s a good step for the two to be civil to each other.

How are the ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’ stars are now?

Brad is now working on a sculpture at Thomas Houseago’s studio while Angelina is now busy working on her humanitarian activities for the United Nations.

Evidently, the two are working fine doing their respective careers.

A source said that the “War Machine” actor is now spending more time with their children – Maddox (15), Pax (13), Zahara (12), Shiloh (10), Knox, and Vivienne (8). He, too, is doing very well and putting his attention to keep himself healthy and now living clean.

The “Maleficent” star, on the other hand, recently enjoyed her trip to Cambodia with their kids to promote her Netflix drama, “First They Killed My Father.”

"Brad hopes that they can be successful at co-parenting and get to a place where they can be friendly," the source continued. "They both have agreed to put the kids first."