The stars of Hollywood always seem to find themselves in the media spotlight. Sometimes, this is for good reasons regarding upcoming movies, charity work, and marriages. Other times, it might be for not so good reasons.
The popular power couple of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is no more. The two recently announced their divorce. While it might take some time for the reasons and circumstances for the divorce to be made public, the general audience might be curious for some information regarding the split.
What Happens to the Kids?
Whenever parents go through a divorce, the future of the children is always the number one priority. Every divorce has different circumstances, but if it's possible, it is ideal to have both parents remain in the picture. This appears to be the focus for both Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have both said that they're committed to the future of their family, which still includes the other parent. The couple is known for raising a large number of adopted children from all over the world. The future of their children will continue to remain their focus even if the couple is no longer together, as Jolie echoed when she recently went on "Good Morning America,"
Jolie Hiring a Publicist?
Anyone who has read the tabloids understands that divorce can provide a significant amount of negative publicity, particularly when the circumstances for the split are unknown. It was recently reported that Angelina Jolie may be looking to hire a Hollywood publicist to help her maintain her image. After all, negative publicity could have a negative effect on divorce proceedings (a lesson any person can learn from
). She has hired a crisis management team in the past when she was struggling with legal battles, particularly with Brad Pitt.
Continued Charity Work
Despite the legal and emotional issues surrounding the divorce, the power couple has developed an impressive track record of helping people struggling in third-world countries. Their divorce is likely to have an impact on their joint efforts overseas. It is typical for couples with joint entities who are involved in a divorce to hit some roadblocks; however, their commitment to charity work is remarkable and it is likely that both will continue their efforts in the future. Hopefully they remain committed to their children as well.