Brad Pitt ‘is so proud of Shiloh,’ ‘he loves that she always stays true to herself’

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Brad Pitt was seen and photographed this week in LA, where he’s been on lockdown since March (to my knowledge). He was spotted without a mask in Malibu, hanging out with Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Apparently, that’s Flea’s motorcycle and Brad was checking it out. I’m still kind of surprised that Brad hangs out with so many rockers, but hey – same generation and all of that. The ‘90s connection.

There’s been a lot of talk about Brad’s hair. I’ve seen some photos where that sh-t looks like a crooked wig, but sure, whatever, I guess he’s growing out his hair in “lockdown.” Many of us are! I gave myself a trim in early April, but I haven’t cut my hair since then. I’ve just decided to grow it out until I can’t stand it anymore. Maybe Brad’s the same.

Meanwhile, Brad and Angelina’s daughter Shiloh just turned 14 years old this week. For some reason, “a source” ran to Entertainment Tonight to talk about it:

Brad Pitt is proud of his and Angelina Jolie’s daughter, Shiloh. The 56-year-old Oscar winner and father of six remains close with Shiloh, who turned 14 on Wednesday.

“Shiloh is close to both of her parents. All the kids have been looking forward to Shiloh’s birthday and plan to celebrate with a birthday cake,” a source tells ET. “Brad is so proud of Shiloh and who she has become. He loves that she always stays true to herself and is so good to her brothers and sisters.”

Pitt and Jolie split in 2016, but are in a better place these days.

“Brad’s kids are the most important thing to him. He tells his friends he learns so much about life from his own children,” the source continues. “He and Angie have been getting along so much better since the custody rules have been worked out. They have come so far.”

[From ET]

I bet Angelina Jolie has felt like a caged lion during lockdown – she’s used to traveling on a monthly basis, and this must be the longest she’s ever stayed in one place in decades. But it would make sense if Angelina and Brad used the lockdown to work out some sh-t. I… also wonder if Shiloh, now 14, will join her older siblings in choosing to see less of Brad. That happened as soon as Zahara turned 14 – she began opting out of some visits with Brad. Maddox and Pax have reportedly not seen Brad in a while, probably years.

Angelina Jolie goes to a movie with daughters Shiloh and Zahara in LA after revealing her daughters have recently undergone surgery

Angelina Jolie buys a new pet at Petco with Shiloh

Angelina Jolie takes the girls for some retail therapy at Kitson

Photos courtesy of WENN & Backgrid.

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  1. Heather says:

    I genuinely hope that Brad & Angelina are in a better place right now.
    My guess is that Angelina’s hurt and anger has subsided into calm indifference to him, while Brad probably thinks he’s won some sort of co-parenting victory.

    • Valiantly Varnished says:

      I highly doubt the hurt and anger has subsided. She’s simply learning to live with it. And he’s the same self-absorbed a-hole he always is. It’s clear the kids are just counting down the years until they can be done with him.

  2. minx says:

    I actually like the longer hair on him. I’m enjoying seeing people looking more natural during quarantine.
    As for Shiloh and his other kids, it’s just sad.

    • frenchtoast says:

      Yes the longer hair suits him. Especially his hair in Troy. In my opinion this movie is the best he ever looked, steroids or not.

  3. Lady D says:

    Seems so impersonal. It’s like he can’t think of anything else to say about her.

  4. Carol says:

    I’m glad to read that Angelina and Brad are getting along better simply for the sake of the kids. Brad’s hair looks awful. Looks like a wiglet.

  5. lucy2 says:

    I do hope they are all getting along better now…but I kind of doubt it, if the older children are still choosing not to see him. I’m wondering if Shiloh has made that decision as well, prompting this PR spin.

    Also, both he and Flea should be wearing masks.

  6. Paula says:

    She and the kids literally fled an abusive situation and still it’s always worded as if they just had “custody issues” and were two sides who couldn’t agree on anything. This is infuriating! She shouldn’t have to get along with her abuser.

  7. TrustMe says:

    The statement from him sounds so impersonal lije a stranger talking about a random kid. Brad has shown more animation towards his friends than his family especially when it comes to him playing his media image.

    In another more Is ET Brad Pitt’s PR mouth machine ? , as it seems very one sided tell all. All his great Brad is, but always deflecting attention away from the white elephant in the room of how Brad Pitt still hasn’t been seen with any of the six kids. And before anyone says Pitt is private, oh please stop pulling that rabbit out of the hat. He never was private since their adoptions and births. Now that the narrative doesn’t suit him his PR play the Brad Pitt is private respecting kids privacy. Privacy which never was respected by him before his divorce.

    Him and his fellow drug addict BFF Flea should be wearing gloves and masks. But I guess if they had, they would have been able to do their photo op from a private gated compound by papratzzi even during Cronavirus.

  8. TrustMe says:

    It’s a shame how a man whose actions were toward a domestic abuse towards his wife and 6 kids, but he is still hailed as the golden not of Hollywood. And the victims are still being judged and maligned.

    Where is Alia his new art project? Haven’t seen her daily pap stroll to his house ?

  9. TrustMe says:

    It’s a shame how a man whose actions were toward a domestic abuse towards his wife and 6 kids, but he is still hailed as the golden not of Hollywood. And the victims are still being judged and maligned.

    Where is Alia his new art project? Haven’t seen her daily pap stroll to his house ? 😂😂

  10. Charfromdarock says:

    All I can see is Thomas Hayden Church.

    I hope for the kid’s sakes the relationship has improved. I doubt it and this strange PR exercise doesn’t seem like it would help.

  11. Brittney says:

    I hope all 6 kids get along with their father, but I also hope Brad is able to love them again and not still have the checked-out feelings about them.

    It’s Just sad that this man cried on TV wanting a big family, when he had them,what did he do,he got bored with them and checked-out. I wonder if he looks back and wonders if a his abusive behavioud and addiction to drink and self -medication was worth it. After all he only had himself to blame of his outburst actions , but shamlessly blamed Maddox and Jolie. Was 4 years media assult really worth it, apart from his thirsty Oscar he was dying for .

  12. D332 says:

    Very strange PR tactics from team Brad Pitt?….
    Wonder why ?…. why does Mr private becomes so less private when it’s time to riding his kids coattails when it suits him? … At least it’s obvious now only kids he gives shout out to, is his biological kids only.
    Is that his Malibu house? How did TMZ get those photos and how did they know he’s be there outside his house?

  13. Lea says:

    Wasn’t there a story that he missed – I think it was the Oscars – because Maddox had finally agreed to meet with him ?
    I have the impression that Shiloh was always closer to him than any of the other kids so I don’t see her severing ties with him.
    If he is willing to address his issues, I am sure his kids would be ready to give him a chance to be in their lives.

  14. Sidewithkids says:

    How many time have we caught this dude in lies???? Quit believing his PR spins. I betcha you he didn’t even see his daughter on her birthday.

  15. Anonymous says:

    I hope Shiloh continues to visit Brad. I’m sure he spent thousands of hours raising her over the years, and it would stink to not be able to see your child after you spent years being around them raising them. He is supposedly good at living beneath his means. He might be a good role model for them in ways they can’t think of in their youth. I lost my dad at 62, and would have loved to have him around. My father wasn’t perfect; but I didn’t expect perfection out of him. I can’t imagine not wanting to see your father.