Brad Pitt looked somber while heading back to work this Wednesday, one day after his 55th birthday. The actor was spotted walking to back-to-back meetings in Beverly Hills looking elegant in a light jacket, dress pants, a beret, grey sneakers and sunglasses. Though he spent the day with his children this Monday and Tuesday — amid his dramatic custody war with Angelina Jolie — they were not with him during his busy work day. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to see the latest photos of the hunk and learn more about his brutal family drama.
One day after enjoying quality time with his six kids, Brad Pitt, 55, was pictured heading to a meeting in his neighborhood at 9:30 a.m. and then to another at 4:30 p.m. He carried a fresh juice and looked calm and collected despite his ongoing feud with his older kids.
As Radar exclusively reported, a source close to the star said Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, and Zahara, 13, have spent most of their time with Angelina Jolie, 43, during the divorce battle.
It’s because of that they “never want to see Dad, and that hurts him. They’re on Angie’s side — and always have been,” said the source.
While a judge awarded Pitt more custody of his kids after years of fighting with Jolie, the actor allegedly feels like his ex totally turned them against him.
“These three kids are at the age where they can decide things for themselves. Brad is left hoping they come to see him out of their own free will,” added the insider.
Us Weekly reported that despite the family drama, all the kids, except Maddox, spent the day with Pitt on Monday and slept over at his house to celebrate his big birthday.
The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star was of course ecstatic to see the children, though friends say he’s accepted that his fractured relationship with Maddox will never recover after their airplane fight in 2016.
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