Are you okay? Do you need a cuddle? Everything is going to be alright. Sssshhhh.

*holds you tightly in our arms*

Chances are, by scrolling just a millimetre down any feed you have this morning, you have already seen that Hollywood heavyweights Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are getting divorced

The controversial couple had become a beautiful picture of a new and modern nuclear family, after adopting 3 children (from Maddox from Cambodia, Pax from Vietnam & Zahara from Ethopia) as well as having 3 biological kids (Shiloh, Knox & Vivienne). But now, they are no more. 

Angelina allegedly filed for divorce on irreconcilable differences – she was unhappy with Pitt’s ‘parenting style’, and had grown tired of his love of booze and weed, which she said doesn’t mix well with an “anger problem” that could be “dangerous” for the children.

Pitt has already spoken out, saying that he is “very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the wellbeing of our kids”.

The reactions to this iconic couple calling it quits have ranged from “everything I thought I knew about love is a lie” (this includes the Head of the P.TV Editorial team), to “oh, that’s sad to hear but you could kind of see it coming” (this author), to “omg wtf no one cares, this isn’t news, suck my dick I’m unfollowing” (someone in our comment thread, no doubt). 

As you can tell, the reactions are varied, and they’re coming at your eyeballs thick and fast.

There’s the people who seem genuinely shook by this news:

The people who apparently believe that some kind of secret to true love has now been obliterated:

The ‘Why do you care about celebrities personal lives so much’ brigade (it’s just Boy George. He is, and has always been, the whole brigade):

The people who are weeeeeeeirdly happy, (possible psychopaths, be wary):

The people making Jennifer Aniston jokes:

Weird one: there’s critics of the fact that Jolie, who has done an exhaustive amount of humanitarian work over the years, chose to file her divorce and take up media space during the massive United Nations refugee summit that is currently happening in New York:

There’s the ever-so-sarcastic people:

People who are annoyed about the story getting airtime over more serious issues, like the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black pastor called Terence Hutcher in Tulsa:

The people who need Donald Trump’s numpty of a son Donald Trump Jr. (yes, that is his name) to explain this situation using his very clever and not at all reductive ‘Skittles’ analogy:

And finally the people who seems just bloody flat out in disbelief:

But regardless, this vibe is pretty clearly split dichotomy: “love is dead” OR R U OK INTERNET? The Biggest Reactions To Brangelina Hitting Splitsville.

R U OK INTERNET? The Biggest Reactions To Brangelina Hitting Splitsville

Source: Twitter. 

Photo: Mr & Mrs Smith.