Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt settle in London
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have set up home in London in a lavish $21,000 (£14,700) a month rental.
The Hollywood superstars have relocated their brood of six to the British capital, where they will stay for at least the next six months while Brad films the sequel to his hit zombie movie World War Z.
According to Us Weekly, the actors have rented out a "beautiful, White House-style home" along the River Thames in Surrey, where their new pad boasts eight bedrooms, an indoor pool and a gym. The estate is also conveniently located just 40 minutes away from the country retreat owned by Brad's close pal, George Clooney, and his wife Amal.
The family of eight reportedly moved into the property in late February (16) and they are already busy exploring their new surroundings. Sources claim doting dad Brad treated twins Knox and Vivienne, seven, to a trip to a pottery studio last weekend (05Mar16), while Angelina has been spotted with their other youngsters at top toy store Hamleys.
"She bought them presents for their new playroom!" the insider told the publication.
The Pitt-Jolie clan are no strangers to the nomadic lifestyle after previously splitting their time between the U.S. and their chateau in the south of France.
The family recently spent an extended period of time in Cambodia, where Angelina was shooting her next directorial feature, First They Killed My Father, about the Khmer Rouge genocide in the 1970s, and she admits the busy parents are always checking in on their kids to make sure they are happy moving around.
"I don't want this lifestyle to ever be something they don't want," she told Britain's The Guardian newspaper in November (15). "I don't want them to feel they don't want to do that one more trip, or that they can't handle one more film abroad. So we'll have to gauge it, make some adjustments."
Brad and Angelina are also parents to Maddox, 14, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, and Shiloh, nine.
The actress and activist, who is a Special Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR), is said to be using her time in London to focus on political projects.
- Cover Media