The 41-year-old actress was spotted on Sunday for the first time since filing for divorce from Brad Pitt last month in Malibu, California, touring a new rental property. Jolie was with her older brother, James Haven, as well as five of her kids -- 10-year-old Shiloh, 11-year-old Zahara, 12-year-old Pax, and 8-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne. Maddox, 15, was not present at the family outing.
Jolie wore a long, tan robe and was barefoot as she walked up a flight of stairs, her children following after her. A source tells ET that Haven and the kids were also at the beach before they toured the rental property, and spent over an hour at the house. The family was accompanied by security guards as well as the children's nannies.
The actress "looked very happy and relaxed" as she walked around barefoot after being on the beach, a source tells ET. Jolie and Pitt's children also appear to be doing as well as they can be since the split, playing by the water.
"The kids were running around and they seemed happy and to be doing well," the source says. "Zahara ran out to the beach by the water. The kids were playing on the beach."
Pitt, 52, has yet to be spotted since the divorce announcement. However, ET can confirm that he did reunite with some of his children for the first time during a monitored visit on Oct. 8. Jolie and Pitt came to a temporary custody agreement on Sept. 30, which is in effect until Thursday. The two volunteered to participate in individual counseling, and Pitt also agreed to undergo drug and alcohol testing, though he was not required to.
Meanwhile, federal authorities are still looking into child abuse claims. The FBI told ET last week that they are "continuing to gather facts and will evaluate whether an investigation at the federal level will be pursued."
The current whereabouts of Jolie and Pitt's oldest child, Maddox, is not known. The teenager was thrust into the spotlight after reports that he allegedly inserted himself into a fight between his parents during a flight home from Europe prior to the split. However, a source told ET it was "totally a child-parent disagreement," and any reports of inappropriate physical conduct are "exaggerated or untrue."