She’s making the most of her time on the East Coast after celebrating her 46th birthday with her kids.
And Angelina Jolie enjoyed some alone time with incredible artwork as she toured the Brooklyn Museum solo on Thursday morning.
Angelina dressed conservatively in a long black dress for a private three-hour tour of the New York gallery amid a bitter custody battle with ex Brad Pitt.
City slicker: Angelina Jolie enjoyed some alone time with incredible artwork as she toured the Brooklyn Museum solo on Thursday morning
The Girl, Interrupted star wore a gray vest over her arm with a canvas and brown leather Louis Vuitton purse in one hand.
She stayed comfortable in a nude pair of silver-buckle mules and wore a gray facemask to protect herself and others amid COVID-19.
Jolie was recently “bitterly disappointed” in her ongoing divorce battle with Brad after being given joint custody of their minor children, Pax, 17, Zahara, 16, Shiloh, 14, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 12.
Their 19-year-old son Maddox is not part of the ongoing custody dispute as he is considered an adult.
See the sights: Angelina dressed conservatively in a long black dress for a private three-hour tour of the New York gallery amid bitter custody battle with ex Brad Pitt
Layers: The Girl, Interrupted star wore a gray vest over her arm with a canvas and brown leather Louis Vuitton wallet in one hand
In late May, the court ruled that Brad and Angelina will have custody of all their children, with the exception of Maddox, who is no longer a minor.
The 57-year-old actor has been fighting in court for nearly five years to get equal rights for the children he shares with his ex-wife.
A source told DailyMail.com: ‘He is so relieved. His only intention is to spend more time with the kids.’
After months of testimony from witnesses and child welfare professionals who interviewed their children, Judge John Ouderkirk has reportedly made his mind clear about the ruling. Page six.
Smart: She stayed comfortable in a nude pair of silver-buckle mules and wore a gray face mask to protect herself and others amid COVID-19
“A major change has been made to the custody agreements based on a very detailed court decision,” said a source.
“Brad was just trying to have more time with his kids — and it’s clear Angie did everything possible to prevent this.”
The insider added: “This process took several months and there were a lot of witnesses, experts, therapists and other people who have been with the children and around them, and the decision was based on this.”
Lost Love: Brad and Angelina met while working on the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2004 and married in 2014; pictured in 2009
According to US Weekly reports on Tuesday, the actress believes she can “never forgive Brad” and believes their legal battle is “far from over.”
A source told the publication: “She will never forgive him… She insists it is far from over and still believes that justice will prevail.”
It was also claimed that the Maleficent star will “give everything she has” to appeal the decision in court.
“Joint custody is not the issue Angelina is objecting to, there were other concerns, but the court proceedings are closed and sealed,” the source said.
The source added: “There was a security order surrounding the previous custody arrangements, which is public, and the child schedule has been established for more than three years under the jurisdiction of the Family Services Department.”
Jolie filed for divorce in 2016 — citing “family health” — in the wake of a conflict on a private flight from France to Los Angeles, in which she accused Pitt of abusing son Maddox, who was 15 at the time.
Brad was not charged in connection with the incident amid FBI and social services investigations.
Angelina and Brad met while working on the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2004 while married to Jennifer Aniston.
Both actors claimed there was no infidelity despite falling in love while working together, and Aniston filed for divorce in March 2005 after five years of marriage.
Big family: The 57-year-old actor has been fighting in court for nearly five years to get equal rights for the six children he shares with his ex-wife; seen in 2014