Before Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt married, the stars reportedly came to terms on a prenuptial agreement, as an insider says, and it was a doozy.
The pact, which was “was heavily encouraged by their lawyers,” included a provision that would award the actress the majority of time with their kids.
“If Brad gets too serious with another woman while they are married,” a source said of the Brangelina prenup, “she’ll get primary custody if they split.”
The couple “said that having a prenup is the best way to protect their kids,” the source said, as well as each other, as both have quite a lot to protect.
The A-list couple has a total net worth of $425 million; with the 50-year-old actor's assets valued at $240 million, and his 39-year-old wife's at $185 million.
According to their agreement, should they part ways, each will leave with those millions they brought into the union on their own. As for the rest?
Anything they earn as a married couple would be funneled into a trust for their children, where the significant cash would be evenly divided six ways.
No post-marriage money “would go to Brad or Angie or a subsequent partner,” apparently, which “really seemed like the fairest way to go about it.”
The couple's respective wills earmark the lion’s share of their savings and properties to their kids (Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne).
They will also channel substantial funds “to go to orphanages in each of the countries where they adopted kids," Vietnam, Cambodia and Ethiopia.
Another charity that is slated to benefit from the will is cancer research, appropriately for Angelina, having undergone a double mastectomy last year.
Not that we expect there to be a split between them, but it sunds like they've got this pretty well squared away. No celebrity gold diggers to worry about here.