Brad Pitt is reportedly not marrying ever again following the split from Angelina Jolie after two years of marriage and 12 years of staying together as a couple. The Original Sin actress filed for divorce on 19 September, citing irreconcilable differences.

According to HollywoodLife, the Allied actor does not want to experience that "heartache ever again" by getting hitched to another woman in the future. Moreover, the 52-year-old actor "intended his relationship" with the 41-year-old actress to be his last one.

"Brad [Pitt] is very traditional. When he finally married Angelina [Jolie] and decided to have a family with her, he intended it to be the last relationship, the last marriage he was ever going to have," a source told HollywoodLife.

"Now that his marriage is over, he certainly isn't thinking about getting into a new relationship. But he also doesn't want to get married ever again. The one thing he thought was 'forever is now over,' and he doesn't want that heartache ever again," the source added.

This comes after a report by Us Weekly claimed that the Pitt was in a "bad shape" following his split from Jolie and was crushed as to "what his life has become", while leaning on his parents for support.

"He [Brad Pitt] can't believe this is what his life has become, and he's in bad shape, but the kids are the only thing he's hanging onto," a source told the magazine. "He's been leaning heavily on his family and speaks to his parents and close friends and his manager constantly. His mom has been talking to him constantly."

The former couple are reportedly negotiating the terms of their divorce settlement privately. Reports have claimed that the two have struck a temporary deal, wherein the actress has got sole physical custody of their children - Maddox, 15, Zahara, 11, Pax, 12, Shiloh, and twins Knox, 8, and Vivienne, 8 - while Pitt has been allowed to visit them under supervision of a therapist.

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie married after meeting on the sets of their 2005 film Mr & Mrs Smith Mario Anzuoni/reuters