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Is Angelina Jolie Too Busy For Her Kids?

When I think of Angelina Jolie, I always think of a very devoted mom and humanitarian. I’m sure she’s got a crazy-busy schedule and more to-do than she has time to get it done, but we also see lots of pictures of her spending time with the kids. She seems like a great mom! But is Angelina’s hectic schedule getting to be too much for the family to handle?

In Touch is reporting that someone close to both Angelina Jolie and her partner (maybe husband?) Brad Pitt says that their 4-year-old daughter Shiloh is having a hard time sharing her mommy with the world. And now that Brad is also going to be away from the kids from several months, the kids are feeling it even more, I’m sure.

“Shiloh is having a difficult time,” an insider tells In Touch. “She has asked Angelina to stop traveling and doesn’t want to share her mother with anyone else.”

Between filming blockbuster movies, date nights to keep their relationship alive, and charity visits to Tunisia, Angelina‘s schedule just might be leaving her too little time with the kids. Angelina and Brad have a whole brood of children: 9 year-old Maddox, 7 year-old Pax, 6 year-old Zahara, Shiloh, and 2 year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

Shiloh’s taking the long absences away from her mom the hardest, and it’s breaking Brad’s heart.

“It breaks Brad’s heart to know that his children’s mother makes them cry because she works so much,” the source adds.

I’ll admit that I’m also very busy, and I don’t have a separate nanny to care for each of my kids, or gardeners and housekeepers. But even when I leave for just an overnight trip, I feel horrible leaving the kids even though it doesn’t happen very often. I couldn’t imagine it being my job to always be away!

If I had to bet, I would bet that it’s breaking Angelina’s heart just as much or maybe more. What do you think?

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