This year Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's children will tread a different path to spend summer while their mother is busy shooting a film in New Mexico.
A source close to the actor told US Weekly exclusively, "The kids will be back and forth to Los Angeles to see Brad. He will also be spending time in New Mexico this summer because at times it will just be easier for him to go there."
The insider added, "It's a very healthy situation and Brad is grateful that all of the animosity is in the past."
Jolie, 43 who shares Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 13, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 10, with her ex-husband Pitt, has relocated her family to Albuquerque while she is shooting for the film 'Those Who Wish Me Dead'.
A second source informed, "Angelina has been trying to spend as much time with her children as possible while working gruelling 12-hour days on set in Albuquerque. She dotes on the younger ones a lot."
The source further informed that the 'Maleficent' actor has recently taken Zahara, Knox and Vivienne to stores such as Target and PetSmart, where they bought goodies for themselves and their pets.
The Oscar-winner actor filed for divorce from her husband in September 2016. The former couple legally became single in April, although they are still fighting for the custody of children and assets.
A second source informed US Weekly exclusively in April that since the breakup, Jolie has been "always coming up with fun things to do" with her children. "Her kids are her life," the insider said. "Every day is a new adventure."
The source went on to say, "[Jolie] really likes the life lessons and new ideas that come from trying all different things. The sky's the limit for her."
Her father, Jon Voight, holds an opinion that she is doing a marvellous job. an incredible job. "She's a very invested mom. She's on it. She's on it with these kids. She gives them love every second of their day," the 'Ray Donovan' star, 80, told Us exclusively in February. "She's very smart too. Smart girl. Brave. She's got all these great qualities," he added.