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Brad Pitt ditched the BAFTAS to reunite with estranged son Maddox 1

Brad Pitt ditched the BAFTAS to reunite with his estranged son, it was revealed on Tuesday.

Pitt, 56, was scheduled to attend the British award present that aired Sunday evening however canceled final minute, citing a “family obligation.” Co-star Margot Robbie accepted his award for finest supporting actor in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”

The Sun reported that Brad dropped out to spend time with his son, Maddox.

“Maddox gave Brad the chance to talk and he dropped ­everything,” a supply informed The Sun.

The father and son had a falling out in 2016 after an incident aboard a personal airplane in LA, throughout which Pitt reportedly received wasted, screamed and allegedly hit his eldest son, prompting then-wife Angelina Jolie to name the FBI. She divorced him days later.

The FBI investigated the accusations and cleared Pitt of any wrongdoing.

“Maddox has been away at university so when Brad found out he was going to be around and they could have a conversation, he canceled the U.K. trip,” a supply informed the Sun.

Maddox, 18, a freshman learning biochemistry at Yonsei University in South Korea, was requested by native reporters if his A-list dad deliberate on visiting him.

“I don’t know about that [or] what’s happening,” he stated in the fall of 2019.

He additionally informed reporters “Well, whatever happens, happens,” on the topic of him rekindling with Pitt.

When Jolie dropped off Maddox at school in August 2019, Pitt was absent.

Jolie, 44, and Pitt additionally share 5 different kids: Pax, 16, Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 13, and 11-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox.

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