While talks are reportedly “going smoothly”, one of the “sticking points” in the negotiations is around their French estate and winery Chateau Miraval, which they bought with the hopes of passing it down to their children to own and operate.
According to The Blast, the court has allowed the A-listers to continue their ongoing negotiations using a private judge, which they must pay for themselves.
During an interview with Madame Figaro earlier this week, Angelina confessed she’d lost herself towards the end of her relationship with Brad. "I’d become smaller, insignificant, even if I didn’t show it. I was profoundly, deeply sad, I was hurt," she said.
Thankfully, Angelina and Brad are now on good terms, so hopefully it won’t be much longer before they can officially go their separate ways.
"While they don't agree about everything, they rarely argue now," a source told Entertainment Tonight in April. "Brad and Angelina are now at a point where they can discuss their children's plans calmly."
Despite their divorce not being finalised, they were granted legal single status through a bifurcated judgment in April this year.