Angelina Jolie's Desire To Adopt Another Child Is The Reason For Her Split With Brad Pitt, Rumors Indicate

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Apr 25, 2017 12:53 PM EDT

Angelina Jolie is all set to adopt her seventh child. (Photo : Getty Images/Kevin Winter )

There is a new spin on the Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie divorce. Angelina Jolie's desire to adopt more children is said to be the reason that led to the Brangelina split, as Brad Pitt was said to have been against the idea.

The 53-year-old Brad Pitt and 41-year-old Angelina Jolie's marriage was a match made in Hollywood heaven. The A-listers were one of the hottest star couples that constantly made the news, and their divorce battles also made headlines. But a new angle to the divorce battle has just been revealed, and the rumors are claiming it was the adoption of the seventh child that had much to do with the couple's divorce. Many speculations were made on the fact that Angelina Jolie seemed to be in a hurry to finalize the divorce with Brad Pitt, reported Celebrity Insider.

The rumor that is doing the round now is the adoption of the seventh kid that Angelina Jolie is planning, which Pitt was severely against it. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have six children together-- Maddox (15), Pax (13), Zahara (12), Shiloh (10), and twins Knox and Vivienne and Angelina Jolie had always made it clear that she plans to have a large family. Even after six kids, Jolie was reportedly desperate to have another kid, but Pitt was content enough and thought the idea of expanding the brood to be crazy. This led to a tiff between the two and is now being touted as the primary reason why Angelina Jolie divorced Brad Pitt, revealed Hollywood Life.

The new generous philanthropist British Entrepreneur, whom the "Maleficent" star is currently dating, also seems to be on the same page with Angelina Jolie. The couple is going full steam ahead with the seventh adoption, and if all these rumors are true, then the six kids of Angelina Jolie may be welcoming in a new sibling anytime soon!

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