Angelina Jolie is taking up the role of guest editor for BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour this summer to focus on sexual violence in conflict and women’s health. The news comes as the actress continues to remain silent about her own health problems, which many reports speculate was the result of her ongoing marriage troubles with Brad Pitt.

Jolie will be joined by Mary Berry, who will reportedly discuss topics including gardening as therapy and beekeeping. Scotland's makar (poet laureate) Jackie Kay, England and Chelsea footballer Eniola Aluko and Professor Sunetra Gupta will also be part of BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour.

“I’m so pleased that for the third year we’ve been able to work with such a range of brilliant women to guest edit Woman’s Hour," the show's editor Alice Feinstein said. "Each day they will be bringing their own curiosity and unique insights, as well as sharing their personal experiences on a series of topics — from bee keeping to women’s health — with our listeners.”

Jolie has been continuing her humanitarian work while Pitt has been busy shooting for his upcoming film "Allied" in the U.K. The couple has been surrounded with several rumors that they are heading for a divorce.

Most recently, the National Enquirer reported that Jolie was “more concerned” with the Syrian refugee crisis than her own family. However, Gossip Cop debunked the report.

Other media reports about Jolie feeling "betrayed" after Pitt's alleged cheating and the couple going through a $400 million divorce have also been debunked by Gossip Cop.