According to the couple’s biographer, Ian Halperin, the pair are “back together” less than one year after announcing their split in September 2016 after 12 years together.
“There were a lot of tears, nothing was left on the table. They had it out, right there and then in this very modest house.
“In that moment they decided to make a fresh start. It was a ‘come to Jesus meeting’ that marked the beginning of a new phase in their relationship.”
The biographer added that the pair plan to officially “re-couple” and have been undergoing spiritual counselling sessions in a bid to get their relationship back on track.
Speaking of the incident, Halperin continued: “Angie was very, very angry about the incident on the private plane between Brad and Maddox, she threw everything she had at him.
“It was toxic. I’ve spoken to many people around them, friends and family, and no one could see how they could possibly recover but both of them realise they are happier together than apart. Once they cleared the air between them, things started to improve.
“They can’t live together but they can’t live apart. She has worked hard on herself since the plane incident, and so has Brad. They are still in love with each other.”
The biographer’s claims come after Angelina opened up about her struggle with being single, recently telling The Telegraph: “Sometimes it appears I’m pulling it all together but really I’m just trying to get through my days. Emotionally it’s been a very difficult year.
“I don’t enjoy being single. It’s not something I wanted. There’s nothing nice about it. It’s just hard.”
Lesson learned: To love someone is to choose to stay. If you're meant to be together, you'll be together whatever the odds maybe. Love always finds ways
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