Angelina Jolie revealed in an interview with Vogue India that the decision to divorce Brad Pitt was for the betterment of her children. The couple was divorced back in the year 2016.

Angeline Jolie is a mother of six children. According to her, she had to take the decision of divorce for her family and now her only focus is the happiness of the family.

Furthermore, she remained silent and did not come forward with any comments on the divorce situation. According to her, people came up with many assumptions and speculations regarding their relationship. The ongoing talk about the couple had its effects on the children.

Jolie told in the interview that people did take unfair advantage of her silence and spread baseless news related to her relationship with Brad Pitt. She mentioned that her children also went through a hard time. Her children were advised not to believe things told in the media since none of that was true.

Angelina Jolie has adopted three of her children, Maddox, Pax, and Zahara. All her children are well raised belonging from different backgrounds. She further mentioned that they are very open and welcoming regarding different discussions in the family. She has always been very supportive and open towards the idea of adoption.

All of her adopted children come from distinctive backgrounds and cultures. She adores them all and cherishes their peculiar characteristics. Her children were adopted from Cambodia and Vietnam, the countries that have been through disruption of war.

Angelina mentioned that due to the war tensions between Cambodia and Vietnam, at first she did not want to adopt from Vietnam but she changed her mind later on. According to her, none of that matters since they will be living together, as a family.

The actress has always been very concerned about her children and family. She has always made sure to provide her children with a happy and protected life. Her interview with Vogue India unveiled the hidden facts regarding her divorce. She did everything for her family and well being of her children.