The universe always feels a little out of whack to me when the Jolie-Pitt kids are laying low. That’s why I get so excited when Brad or Angelina brings their brood out into the light so the rest of us can bask in their awesomeness, if just for a second, via paparazzi pictures posted on the internet. Yesterday, Angelina and the six little-ish ones flew out of Los Angeles for who knows where, probably one of their castles somewhere, and all seems to be well. Pax is still shy, Maddox is growing into a too-cool-for-school teen, Shiloh is still being Shiloh (dig the “Star Wars” shirt, Shi!), Zahara is as fierce as ever, and the twins are resembling their gorgeous mom more and more every day. And all is right with the universe again…
Maddox and Pax Jolie-Pitt are children of the world, so you know soccer is football to them. The eldest sons of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were snapped playing at a park in Burbank this weekend, a huge relief to me, as it had been a while since their spawn had been spotted out and about. But let’s be real … I need a Shiloh or Zahara photo opp ASAP. I miss those girls like whoa. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Jolie-Pitt rumors galore! An Angelina sex tape! A quickie wedding! But I know what you’re really wondering: what’s up with the kids? Ask and you shall receive. I have updates about your favorite brood. Usually Shiloh gets all the good headlines, but Knox may have stolen her thunder.
“Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s four-year-old son Knox Jolie-Pitt reportedly missed a boat trip during his family’s festive holiday in the Caribbean because he is scared of water and didn’t want to get out of the box he was in.” Keep reading »
So, my ovaries did cartwheels when I saw this lightbox of photos of Angelina Jolie and her oldest kids (i.e., the twins were left at home) at an airport in Japan. Maddox’s boy beater! Pax’s aviator sunglasses tucked down the front of his shirt! His suit! Shiloh’s “Bitch, I don’t know these people” attitude! Zahara’s mischievous smirk! Check out a few more photos — I’m sorry, I couldn’t stop myself — after the jump … Keep reading »