Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have finally touched home ground this week following their lengthy stay in Australia, with the couple spotted arriving in Los Angeles yesterday with their brood of children following their long and exhausting flight.
Leading the family through LAX airport was 12 Years a Slave star Brad, 50, who walked alongside 10-year-old son Pax, leaving Angelina, 38, to keep a watchful eye on the rest of their brood, eldest son Maddox, 12, Zahara, nine, Shiloh, seven, and twins Knox and Vivienne, five.
Brad and Ange arrive at LAX with their kids (AKM-GSI)
The group, who looked tired after hours of flying and were escorted by airport staff safely to their getaway car while appearing to ignore the paparazzi, are no doubt pleased to be back home in the US after spending weeks living in Queensland where Angelina worked on her upcoming movie Unbroken, which she directed.
The Maleficent actress and the couple’s children have been Down Under over the last few months while Brad flitted back and forth so juggle working on his movie projects and spending time with his family.
Brad with 10-year-old son Pax (AKM-GSI)
Angelina is said to have employed a cast and crew tally of 130 as they shot scenes for the World War II film around the Whitsundays area of North Queensland and despite the large work force, the picture got the seal of approval from the local mayor who applauded the actress for creating jobs and plummeting millions of dollars into the city.
With filming complete, Ange hosted a wrap party at the Shipwreck Bar & Grill restaurant in Queensland on Monday evening where she was spotted arriving hand in hand with fiance Brad, with the couple taking the time to greet the hordes of fans that had gathered to see them, shaking hands and allowing photos to be taken.
Ange keeps an eye over the rest of their children including Shiloh and Vivienne (AKM-GSI)
Adele Blakemore who owns the bar revealed that the couple couldn’t keep away from each other throughout the evening and where very affectionate with one another.
“They didn’t leave each other’s side the whole night. They were holding hands when they walked up… and even thought they were mingling, they were pretty close together the whole night,” Adele told the Mail Online, adding that they were “just beautiful” and looked “absolutely” in love.