Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s son, Maddox, recently left to study college in South Korea. Given that the big brother won’t be around for a while, can Pax, Jolie and Pitt’s second son, handle being the big brother amidst the controversies surrounding their family?

After the divorce and before Jolie and Pitt’s eldest son went out of the country, there was a report of an unnamed source who claimed that Maddox and Pax Jolie Pitt hanged out more often with friends and were busy doing their stuff. The insider also said that the two had spent less time with the younger kids and the family than they used to, US Weekly reported.

However, a recent exclusive report of Entertainment Tonight revealed that Jolie and Pitt’s kids continue to support each other. In the said interview, the “Maleficent 2” actress shared how she saw the love among her children. She added that nobody prompted or pushed them to express this emotion through giving each other notes, hugging each other, talking and supporting one another.

Being the sons and daughters of famous actors in Hollywood can put pressure on the kids but Jolie seems rather positive that her children will be okay because they have each other.

Based on Jolie’s reported statement that her kids showed great support and love for one another, do you think Pax may still have major issues in assuming the role of being the big brother to the younger ones while Maddox is gone? It seems that time can only tell.

Meanwhile, for those who are curious about Jolie and Pitt’s second son, here are a few things fans have learned so far about Pax.

His full adopted name is Pax Thien Jolie Pitt. According to Insider’s report, he was three years old when Jolie adopted him in 2007. A year after, he was reportedly adopted by Pitt.

Born on November 29, 2003, Pax reportedly lived at Tam Binh orphanage outside Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. His birth name was Pham Quang Sang before given the adopted name Pax, which means peace in Latin, and Thien, which means kind and good or helpful or heaven in Vietnamese.

Apparently, brothers Maddox and Pax share interest in music. Maddox reportedly likes the guitar while Vanity Fair reported that his younger was into DJ’ing. Confirmed in the same report, Jolie apparently said that her children’s interest was more on becoming musicians than film actors.

Jolie and Pitt’s children are learning different languages but Pax was reportedly focusing on Vietnamese. Back in 2011, Jolie reportedly brought his son to visit Vietnam so he could educate himself more about his culture.

Following his Maddox's departure, Pax ensured his sad mom, Angelina, got all the support she needed. Hence, over the weekend, big brother Pax and Shiloh spent time with her and shopped, Metro reported.