Brangelina’s back again on: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie ‘making a fresh start’ mutually after religious counselling BY SAEED NASIR

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie surprised the entire world when they released their split last year.

But now, it appears that the best Hollywood few could be getting back together.
Brangelina’s biographer Ian Halperin has said that the set ‘re going through “religious counselling” in a bet to “consciously recouple”.

The A-listers, who have six children jointly, ended their 12-yr relationship this past year but have decided to make a fresh start together after approaching face-to-face for the first time since their split, relating to Mr Halperin.

He said: “Brad got the first step forward, they collapsed into each other’s hands. There were a whole lot of tears, little or nothing was left up for grabs.”

He contributes: “They had it out, there. In that point in time they made a decision to make a fresh start – it was a ‘come to Jesus reaching’ that marked the beginning of a new period in their relationship.”

Mr Halperin continued to state that Brad and Ange are trying to “consciously recouple” by trying out intensive rehab and religious counselling sessions.

Angelina recently spoke for the first time of the emotional toll of her divide with Brad – and says she hates being single.

The star, 42, says the break-up last year was made worse by health problems – including a double mastectomy and Bell’s Palsy on her behalf face.

She said: “Sometimes it appears I’m pulling it all in concert but really I’m just looking to get through my days. Emotionally it has been an extremely difficult year.

“I don’t enjoy being solitary. It’s not something I needed. There is nothing nice about any of it. It’s just hard.”

Promoting new movie First They killed MY DAD – which she co-wrote, produced and directed – Angelina said she attempts to laugh for the sake of the couple’s six children.
The mother-of-six added: “My health is something I must monitor.”

But the mum-of-six says she tries to have a good laugh and stay positive so her children don’t detect her stress.

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