Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have been divorced for three years. And even though they have already moved on from each other, it seems that Jolie still hasn’t opened herself up to a new man.

According to a source, the award-winning actress is focusing on her work and six children at the moment, and that’s the reason she’s single up to now. Jolie also doesn’t have any problems with not having a man by her side. It’s her own decision not to date anyone currently.

“She’s very happy again and doesn’t feel that a romantic relationship is something she needs in her life to feel complete and happy,” a source said. “It’s not about her not being able to move on from Brad, he has nothing to do with her decision to not date. She just really has no interest right now,” the source added.

In the coming months, Jolie could change her mind about dating a new man. But as of today, her focus remains solely on her career and her kids. Juggling those two aspects of her life together is already quite taxing.

Last weekend, Jolie was photographed with her two children, Shiloh and Knox, in Hollywood. The trio visited a discount store and found a pair of boots for only $9.97. This came in the heels of reports that she has been tapped as Time Magazine’s newest contributing editor.

The 44-year-old “Maleficent” star is expected to release new pieces every month that will be published across all Time platforms. Her pieces will revolve around Jolie’s 18-year experience of working with the UN Refugee Agency. Her topics will focus mainly on displacement, conflict and human rights.

As for Jolie’s ex-husband, he has been handling their divorce quietly. Pitt has been spending time with his children whenever possible. As of late, Jolie and Pitt have reached an agreement regarding their kids’s custody. But Jolie has the sole physical custody of all the six children at the moment.

Jolie and Pitt tied the knot in 2014 after dating for over a decade. Their marriage ended just two years later.

Angelina Jolie Angelina Jolie attends the premiere of Disney's "Dumbo" at El Capitan Theatre on March 11, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images