AFTER weeks of rumours, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have denied reports they have split up. Just two months after the actress gave birth to twins Knox and Vivienne, the couple have issued a statement insisting they are still together. The couple usually refuse to give credibility to such reports by commenting on them, but have taken the unprecedented step to issue a denial. Pitt, 44, has spent a lot of the past month abroad promoting his new film Burn After Reading at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, while Jolie has been at the couple's new home in France with their six children. As rumours the couple had ended their three-and-half year relationship spread over the internet yesterday, Jolie's spokesperson said: 'The stories are absolutely not true.' At the Toronto Film Festival two weeks ago, Pitt was rumoured to have met his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston for a lunch date as they were both in the Canadian city promoting their new movies at the same time. Earlier this month, InTouch Weekly magazine reported Jolie was suffering from post-natal depression following the birth of the twins and this had been causing a strain with Pitt. A source said: 'Angelina feels that Brad has it easy. He had the kids without the pain of birth, and he can just jet off whenever he feels like it.' Last year, Jolie ,33, complained the couple barely had any alone time because they were so busy with the children. She told Marie Claire magazine: 'Mommy and Daddy need to try to figure out more time right now. 'We're working on it; we're working on it. Right now, we're not great about Mommy-and-Daddy time.' When the couple first started dating in 2005, they had to balance getting to know each other with caring for Jolie's son Maddox - who Pitt later adopted - and welcoming newly adopted daughter Zahara into the family. The couple now have three adopted children and three biological children in total - Cambodian Maddox, seven; Ethiopian Zahara, three; Vietnamese Pax Thien, four; Shiloh Nouvel, two; and twins Knox and Vivienne, 10 weeks.                                                  - Daily Mail Despite having six children aged seven and under, Pitt has often spoke of his wish to have a 'football team' sized family. Prior to starting their relationship, Pitt was married to Aniston for four and a half years while Jolie's ex-husbands include Jonny Lee Miller and Billy Bob Thornton. - Daily Mail