is one resilient mom.
The actress, 37, has experienced no complications since undergoing a double mastectomy
in February and reconstructive surgery in April. "She is doing well," a source tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story.
But her medical odyssey is not done. The mother of six
is also planning to undergo surgery to remove her ovaries. Because of her "faulty" BRCA1 gene, she still faces a high risk of developing ovarian cancer, which her doctors estimate at 50 percent. Some doctors recommend patients undergo the surgery by age 40 or when a woman is done having children, though it may trigger early menopause.
For now, though, the actress and her fiancé
, Brad Pitt
, have been focused on maintaining a sense of routine for their kids – keeping up family traditions such as a Valentine's Day gift exchange and an Easter egg hunt while Jolie was undergoing treatment.
In the weeks surrounding the surgeries, "life was normal" for the children, says a source, and they didn't notice anything amiss.
Adds a family insider: "Her kids always come first to her."
For much more on this story, including Jolie's family's life during her treatment, how Brad has supported Angelina and how her mom inspired her, pick up this week's PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday