Shiloh Jolie-Pitt was spotted out with a bodyguard at Home Depot on Friday after her parents reportedly called a truce in their bitter custody battle. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's oldest biological child, 12, and their other five kids were no doubt thrilled that their feuding parents are no longer fighting over them. Scroll down RadarOnline.com's gallery for more!
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Shiloh, known for her androgynous style, wore a tomboyish red shirt on her outing. A bodyguard protected her.
According to a report from ET this week, Jolie and Pitt reached an interim custody arrangement, a source said.
Jolie, 43, and Pitt, 54, had a planned custody hearing though it was no longer necessary after reaching the agreement, the insider also told ET. The website had no details on the specifics of the agreement.
Are things looking up for Shiloh and the stars' other kids? The source told ET about custody, "The interim arrangement was agreed upon by both parties after it was recommended by their custody evaluator. There was no longer a need for the hearing."
As RadarOnline.com has reported, Pitt and Jolie's children have been suffering terribly during their parents’ epic divorce and custody battle.
In addition to Shiloh, Pitt and Jolie raise Maddox, 17, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 10. Recently, Jolie brought her oldest daughters, Zahara and Shiloh, shopping in Los Angeles on a girls' day.
The divorce of the Mr. & Mrs. Smith costars has been ugly, with both sides arguing over money and the future of their splintered family. During the vicious dispute, Jolie has accused Pitt of not paying her enough child support over the past two years. The actor then slammed back, saying he actually gave her a loan of $8 million to buy her L.A. mansion and gave her an additional $1.3 million for their children.
A source told Radar about the divorce and custody battle affecting Shiloh and her siblings, "This has been going on for such a long time now. No amount of money or help from nannies can take away from how heartbreaking it is to see their parents at war." But now, it appears Shiloh and her siblings can breathe a sigh of relief!
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