It has been known that Angelina Jolie brings her kids, Shiloh, Maddox, Knox, Vivienne, Zahara and Pax, while filming in Cambodia for “First They Killed My Father.” But, little did everyone that Brad Pitt is also there accompanying his family.

A lot believes that the ex-couple is not spending time together, so it comes as a surprise that the “Allied” actor is also in the said spending time with his family. The 53-year-old star is said to be visiting the state to spend time with his children whenever he has nothing to do.

‘Allied’ actor flying to the Asian country

A source told E! News that Brad is also in Cambodia most of his free time whenever he has no schedule to shoot.

In fact, their six children is said to be splitting their time between their mother and father to tour the country.

"All through production and filming, and on her most recent press trip, Brad came to Cambodia in secret to spend time with the kids," another source told the publication. "They were with Angelina for probably 75 percent of the time when Brad was in the country, and they'd go back and forth between her and Brad."

The insider cleared that the “Fight Club” actor is not in the country the entire time, but only made a few trips to be with his kids. Hence, at times, some of the kids, if not all, are flying to Los Angeles so they could spend time with their father

Ex-couple’s relationship now better

Angelina and Brad have been in a high-profile divorce that definitely made noise in Hollywood and all over the world, but it seems like the ex-couple is now making things private.

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An insider explained that things between them are calmer as they are fixing their issues away from the public’s eyes for the sake of their children.

The former husband of Jennifer Aniston is determined to fix his relationship with the kids as he wants them to have a normal life away from the spotlight. Although he has been badly hurt by what happened to his romance with the “Maleficent” actress, he has no other intention but to think of the good welfare of their children.