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Brad and Angelina 'stronger than ever'

Published 29/04/2015

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie reportedly feels like she's fallen in love with Brad Pitt again after going to counselling with him.

The Hollywood stars married in August last year after nine years and six children together. Their relationship hasn't always been easy, with Angelina undergoing a double mastectomy and having her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after discovering she was genetically predisposed to some cancers.

Apparently the pair decided to seek professional support to ensure they stayed as strong as ever.

"The main thing they agreed on was that the children should be protected as much as possible from what was happening. They poured all their effort into the kids, and there wasn't much energy left for each other," an insider explained to the American edition of OK! magazine.

"Angie's friend recommended this amazing therapist, and they've been talking everything over with her. She's the third person in their marriage right now, and it's been life-changing!"

It's thought the couple were open with each other about what Angelina's health issues have been like. They are both said to have felt it was the perfect place to be honest about their hopes and fears, which has in turn make them feel even closer.

As well as impacting their romance, this is said to have helped their children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne too. They apparently love seeing their parents so happy, which is no surprise as they are known to have been a driving force behind the wedding last year.

"Angie said it's been like falling in love with Brad again," a source said.

"[It's] transformed the family dynamic. It's something they plan to do for the rest of their lives."

Brad and Angelina exchanged vows at their chateau in France, with the actress donning a veil emblazoned with pictures drawn by the kids.

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