Angelina Jolie at risk of losing children's custody for separating them from Brad Pitt

Judge ruled that kids not meeting their father could be harmful for their growth

Entertainment Desk July 02, 2018

Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt is finally happy as he's now getting to spend some time with his kids. According to People Magazine, he will be flying to London soon to see them there as ex Angelina Jolie is filming for Maleficent 2 in the British capital. This will be the second time Brad meets his children this month.

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The actor's visit comes after a judge handling the former couple's divorce provided him with a detailed schedule that allows him to meet Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox. The couples oldest son Maddox is not mentioned in the schedule as he is 16 and old enough to decide for himself if he wants to meet Brad or not.

A source revealed, "Having kids was always very special to Brad. He wanted kids for years before he met Angelina. He was dreaming about being a dad and he has always been a great one." It added that Brad is very involved with his children and talks about them nonstop. "He brought gifts back to England."

The court papers read that the children not having a relationship with their father could be harmful for their growth. It also stated that if Angelina stops them from meeting Brad, she could lose full custody. However, an insider close to Angelina deemed the papers misleading and "not in the best interest of the children."

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The latest decision has heavily impacted Brad's life as he was earlier worried about not meeting the youngsters. The source shared, "Although he was away from the kids for a week, it seems just the fact that he now knows when he will see them makes him very happy."

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