Brad and Angelina's relationship has apparently changed a lot since their split

Daniella Scott
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Photo credit: Jason LaVeris - Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's relationship has reportedly changed a lot since their tumultuous divorce in 2016, with him even being spotted leaving her LA home last week.

When Brangelina split in 2016 it was a shock to the celebrity system, especially because the divorce involved a highly publicised custody battle for their six children. But, on Tuesday the Daily Mail published pictures of Brad leaving Angelina's LA home, which is the first time he's been spotted at her home since the breakup four years ago.

Now, a lot has changed since a source told ET in 2018 that the pair could "barely be in the same room together." With the pair now reportedly in a much more "amicable" co-parenting relationship.

A source told ET, "Brad and Angelina have come a very long way and they're finally in a place where they both want to work together to raise their kids," they contined. "They have no plans to reconcile and any communication between them is regarding their children's needs and future.

"They chose to live close to one another so they could easily go back and forth with the kids," the source continued. "This week wasn't the first time Brad and Angelina have spent time together at her home. They are in a much more amicable relationship."

Photo credit: GVK/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
Photo credit: GVK/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images

According to the source, the most important thing for both of them is their kids, and earlier this month Angelina told Vogue India "I separated for the well-being of my family."

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