Angelina Jolie Reveals Bell's Palsy Diagnosis After "Difficult" Split From Brad Pitt

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 27, 2017

In addition to her high-profile split from husband Brad Pitt, her mother's death, and having undergone multiple preventative surgeries, all of which have always been public, the actress is now opening up about other serious challenges that she's quietly faced.

But the star also shared some health news: she recently had Bell's Palsy, which causes the muscles in part of a person's face to freeze or droop. But Angelina shocked everyone when she suddenly filed for divorce previous year. "That is and will remain one of the wonderful opportunities we are able to give our children", she said.

The actress and Brad Pitt separated in September (16) and she's still dealing with the emotional toll of the break-up, but she doesn't want her children to experience what she went through when her mum and dad split. "They need to know that everything's going to be all right even when you're not sure it is", she confessed. "I want to be better at that", Pitt added.

In a recent feature on Vanity Fair, Jolie says she's had "the hardest time" since filing for divorce.

Angelina also claims when things got bad between her and Brad, she would cry in private, not in front of the couple's six children.

Jolie praised her children Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, and Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 11, Vivienne, 9 and Knox, 9, for being "very brave" during the divorce.

As previously reported, Jolie and Pitt shocked fans by announcing their split in September 2016.

Luckily, Angelina tells Vanity Fair that she has had some relief from Bell's Palsy thanks to the traditional Chinese medicine technique of acupuncture. "I think that's what makes a woman complete", said Jolie.

Jolie said she didn't put herself first in her life, which she said caused the conditions to manifest. "(This house) is a big jump forward for us, and we're all trying to do our best to heal our family". "We're not normal. Let's embrace being not normal!"

Jolie spent the past year working on "First They Killed My Father", a documentary about Loung Ung, one of Jolie's first friends in Cambodia, her adoptive country. When I get in that busy work mode, I'm not hearing.

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