Brad Pitt reacts to his daughter Shiloh removing his surname.

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Brad Pitt has commented on his daughter Shiloh's decision to legally drop his last name from her name.

After splitting from Angelina Jolie, Pitt is said to have grown apart from his kids, causing Shiloh to consider dropping Pitt from her name.

They have three adopted children named Maddox, who is 22 years old, Pax, who is 20 years old, and Zahara, who is 19 years old.

The 18-year-old decided to change their name legally to Shiloh Jolie last month.

According to PEOPLE, a source revealed that he is both aware and upset about Shiloh's decision to drop his last name. The source also mentioned that he experienced immense when she was born, as he had always desired to have a daughter.

Brad finds it difficult to cope with the fact that he has lost his children. He adores them and longs for their presence, which makes him feel very sorrowful.

The is reportedly “still happy” with his girlfriend Ines De Ramon, whom he started dating in late 2022, according to the source.

Ramon was once married to Paul Wesley, an actor from Vampire Diaries. However, they decided to separate in September 2022. In February 2023, Wesley filed for divorce. According to another source, the of Bullet still has a deep for all of his children. They mentioned that this entire process has been extremely difficult for the entire .

Furthermore, it seems that Pitt has been removed from the name of Shiloh and Jolie's daughter, Vivienne. The 15-year-old played a role in helping her mother create the new musical, The Outsiders, and was credited as Vivienne Jolie in the Playbill, as reported by PEOPLE.

It is still uncertain whether the teenager has officially requested to change her name, similar to Shiloh.

In another place, the oldest daughter of the couple, Zahara, went by the name “Zahara Marley Jolie” in a video that Essence posted in November.

It remains uncertain whether any of Pitt and Jolie's other kids intend to change their father's last name too.

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