It's sort of crazy how quickly Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie went from not admitting they were a couple, to having four kids together and declaring their devotion to one another. Just recently Angie said that she and Brad do most of their talking in the bath, and now she's opening up about how the father of her children helped her through her most difficult time. "When my mother died Brad held her hand and helped me through all the stages of dealing with someone dying," she told the U.K's Daily Mirror. "After the funeral Brad brought everyone back to the house and asked questions about our mom. He focused on all the love and all the joy we were fortunate enough to have had. He is an extraordinary man." She went on to say, "I am a very lucky woman. I have a beautiful family and Brad is a supportive friend and a great father. And he is very romantic. We talk very deeply about how we feel. We're very similar. We support each other and back each other as parents. There is no divide."
And though, at this point, nobody would really be surprised if they added a fifth child to their clan, Angie says they would only consider it if and when Maddox, Zahara, Shiloh and Pax were ready. "In our home it is about making sure everyone has individual time, and right now all four of them have daily, very special individual time and we never want to have so many children we can't do that," she insists. "When they get older and if it starts to feel like we can fit more in, that's how we're going to gauge how many we have."