Angelina Jolie Discusses Brad Pitt’s Involvement in Their Family Following Their Divorce

Angelina Jolie shared her optimistic feelings about the future of her family with Brad Pitt in an interview with George Stephanopolous on Tuesday’s Good Morning America.

Stephanopolous asked Jolie, who is still in Cambodia promoting her latest film, First They Killed My Father, if her family feels healthier months after filing for divorce from Pitt.

“We are focusing on the health of our family, and so we will be stronger when we come out of this because that’s what we’re determined to do as a family,” Jolie stated.

Stephanopolous followed up by asking if she still believes that Pitt is still a good parent following their turbulent split. “Of course, of course,” she answered immediately. “We will always be a family. Always.”

Jolie also remarked on her and her children’s natural ability to eat insects, as seen in a clip from a BBC interview yesterday.

“They’re used to eating scorpions, especially Shiloh [Jolie-Pitt],” she said. “Loves a tarantula, loves a bug. They can eat a bag of crickets like a bag of chips.”

On the topic of her children, Jolie revealed that her son Pax did the still photography for First They Killed My Father while Maddox, who was adopted from Cambodia, helped her develop the film.

“I talked to Maddox about this film and doing it, and it was him in the final hour that said he was ready and that he wanted to understand more. He wanted me to make it,” said Jolie.

Watch the interview at the top of the page.