In a new interview with BBC News, Angelina Jolie has opened up on her recent separation with Brad Pitt for the first time.
Brangelina announced their divorce in September last year citing "irreconcilable differences." The A-list couple had been together since 2004 but only married in August 2014.
“It was a very difficult time,” said Jolie, visibly upset. “Many people find themselves in this situation. My whole family have all been through a difficult time. My focus is my children, our children." Asked as to how she was coping, the star said: “We are and forever will be a family and so that is how I am coping. I am coping with finding a way through to make sure that this somehow makes us stronger and closer.”
Jolie was speaking in Cambodia prior to a screening of her upcoming Netflix film, First They Killed My Father. Based on a book of the same name, the story explores the Khmer Rouge genocide through the eyes of a child.
Elsewhere in the interview, Jolie refused to comment on Donald Trump specifically but did address the rise of populism, saying: "The American people are bigger than any president. I suppose I have faith in my country and in what it is founded on and the values we hold dear."
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