Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt
Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt in September after two years of marriage, ending a relationship that began in 2005 REUTERS/Andreas Rentz/Pool

After the ugly split of Hollywood's power couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, the actress is reportedly feeling lonely and missing the 'Troy' actor. Last September, Jolie filed for a divorce and since then tried to remain as positive as possible but she has been feeling the strain lately.

According to Hollywood Life, "She's missing her one ride-or-die support system, who's always championed her no matter what. She's keeping her head up, but she's desperate and lonely and starting to feel like she made the mistake of a lifetime."

The actress appeared to be very confident with her decision initially but now it seems like she may have thrown her marriage away because of a "hasty" decision on her part. "Angie doubts herself and her hasty decision to file for divorce. She wonders if she's thrown away what could have been a lifetime of happiness in one fell swoop," inquisitr reported.

Meanwhile, rumours are going around that Brad Pritt has started to talking his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston and she is consoling the 53-year-old actor after the bitter divorce.

According to the Us Weekly, an insider close to Pitt told the magazine that the actor didn't even have his ex-wife's phone number, but he made a few phone calls, and managed to get her number and texted her on February 11, to wish the FRIENDS actress a happy birthday. The source said, "They started talking once he wished her a happy birthday."

According to Hollywood Life, Brad and Jennifer are talking to each other "on a limited basis." Allegedly, Jennifer Aniston contacted Brad Pitt again to congratulate him on the 'Moonlight' win at the Oscars.

"Of course she congratulated him. As soon as Moonlight was named Best Picture, Jennifer sent Brad a text congratulating him. She absolutely loved the film and knew Brad was the one behind it. They don't talk often, but she wanted to give credit where credit is due and thought it was one of the year's most important films," inquisitr reported.