Hollywood icon Angelina Jolie and her children have received a visit from ex Brad Pitt’s mum Jane and family.
Following on from stories last week that the Pitt family were together in Santa Barbara, California for the birthday of Brad’s mother Jane Pitt, it was claimed that she had not seen her grandchildren by Brad in four years.
However, on Saturday (August 14), Jane and her other grandchildren visited Angelina’s home in Los Feliz, Los Angeles.
A source told Mirror Online that grandmother Jane and the cousins, including Brad’s 24-year-old niece Sydney Pitt, were at the house for lunch and the invitation had been extended weeks ago.
“Angelina values [Brad’s] family, and has never refused a visit,” the source revealed.
The insider added that it’s not the first time Jane has seen her grandchildren since 2016, and that Angelina wrote to the family before she originally filed for divorce.
In the letter she told the Pitts that her “home is always open” for them to visit.
At the weekend, Sydney Pitt was pictured on her Instagram Story visiting Hollywood where she went to the home of Brad’s children Maddox, 19, Pax, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 14, and 12-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne at Angelina’s property on Saturday.
Mirror Online has reached out to representatives of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt for comment.
According to RadarOnline.com last year, Sydney is studying Architecture at private liberal arts college Drury University in Brad’s home town of Springfield, Missouri.
The publication claims that she studies there with annual living and tuition fees reaching $40,000.
She is the daughter of Brad’s brother and American businessman Doug Pitt and his wife Lisa Pitt.
Brad is one of three children born to trucking company owner William Alvin Pitt and his wife Jane, with eldest Brad and brother Doug sharing a younger sister named Julie.
Brad and Angelina split in 2016 when Angelina filed for divorce on September 19, citing irreconcilable differences.
Single status was restored to each of the Hollywood stars on April 12, 2019.
Despite the split, the divorce is not yet finalised as the couple remain locked in a custody battle.
The case continues over how much custody each parent will have over the children.
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