The Jolie-Pitts land in France (update: more photos)

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their six children landed at the airport in Nice, France yesterday. The family has certainly been around the globe this summer. They settled in an enormous estate in southern France around late May, headed to Berlin two weeks ago while Brad was filming Inglorious Bastards, jetted off to NY for the weekend for Angelina’s premiere and were most recently in New Orleans checking over Brad’s work with the Make It Right Project. It was thought that they might return to Berlin, but it looks like they’re in France again for the time being. The kids probably appreciate returning to their home base and they all look a little cranky in these photos.

Dad Brad Pitt’s highly anticipated family photos are due to come out in the upcoming issue of W Magazine, which hits newsstands on October 21. Life and Style reports that one of the photos is a “tasteful” picture of Angelina breastfeeding. The couple told People Magazine that Angelina often nurses both babies at once to save time, but that “it gets a little crowded at the bar.” I wonder if we’ll see both babies’ heads in the photo.

Life and Style also promises to have an exclusive interview with the couple in their upcoming issue. The title reads “How we make it work.” Can’t wait to see what they have to say about it.

Update: Here are some more photos, including some blurry faraway pictures of one of the twins.

Photo credit: BauerGriffinOnline.

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  1. Anna says:

    This only proves the theory that Brad and Angelina (and their kids) are not human. How do they survive the constant jetlag they must have? I know I couldn’t. But somehow they still function and look radiant at premieres.

    They must be mutants 🙂

  2. anony says:

    Some people say all the traveling is bad for the kids but I would LOVE it. I’m jealous. It’s great they get to see so many places and different types of people.

  3. Bros says:

    that last pic of angie hopping up the steps trying to reach the baby carrier is hilarious.

  4. Tess says:

    Is that a private jet that they jet around on?

    Imagine the carbon footprint.

  5. Tat says:

    I am wondering where all the nannies when their help is needed such as this situation. Or Brad and Angelina are carrying everything themselves just to look good on pictures? Even regular people accept help when have to exit a plane. It looks so unnatural to me all the time I see them carrying thier kids and strollers. Poor guys.

  6. daisy424 says:

    😀 Bros 😀
    They’re driving VW’s!! 8)

  7. Syko says:

    I heart VWs! I’ve probably had five or six of them, including a bus, and nothing I ever had was more fun to drive except the MG convertible.

  8. daisy424 says:

    Syko, get the F outta here!!
    My husband works for VW. CB gave you my email address, write me and I’ll send you some t-shirts or something. 😉

  9. Anni says:

    We had a VW Käfer (Beetle) when i was a kid…the old one, not the new beetle. it was orange. i loved it.

  10. Kolby says:

    I love how Shiloh seems to be trying to take off in a few of those pictures.

  11. Bodhi says:

    OO! I want a VW shirt too! 😀

    I can’t imagine trying to corrall all those kids & all their stuff! It ust be such a headache

  12. daisy424 says:

    Bodhi, email me with your size 😉

  13. MSat says:

    Trying to wrangle a bunch of kids into a car is not fun, but these pics made me smile. I like that the kids look a little messy. Z’s hair is wild.

  14. Kaiser says:

    It seems like the kids are all being good little travel troopers. Perhaps it’s because Brad & Angie are such amazing parents! 😛

    And even in blurry photos of a jetlagged family, Angie still looks sexy as hell.

  15. Shiloh is super tall, no?

  16. mandee says:

    It looks like all the kids are in jammies. They look so cute.

  17. Syko says:

    My first VW was a Beetle, brand new off the showroom floor, in 1965. From that time on I usually had one, until the last one gave up the ghost in about 1985 and by then they were harder to get here. I had one with no floorboard! I used cookie sheets. 😆 The batteries were under the back seat and one day I was on my way to work when I heard a grating noise and realized the battery had fallen through the floor. I had to walk the 1/2 block back to the house and wake up a kid to help me, since the hole in the floor was exactly the same size as the battery and I could not pull it up, hold it and shove yet another cookie sheet under it.

    I haven’t heard from CB yet with your e-mail, but when I do, I’ll write you. Name just like this, only more formal, with “Ms” in front of it.

  18. someone says:

    Im really glad they went back to France, maybe they will stay hidden for another couple can only hope. I don’t believe all that traveling is good for those kids..

  19. Chamalla says:

    I’m just jealous that Angie’s feet don’t swell when she flies. Ever since I hit thirty, my feet turn into sausages on planes.

    That’s a lot of cranky kid in a small space, private jet or no.

  20. vdantev says:

    Imagine the carbon footprint.

    I’m still dealing with all you unlearned yahoos who so easily quote junk science you barely comprehend.

  21. anon says:

    vdantev – carbon footprint = junk science? really? Is that what they taught you?

  22. Zoe says:

    I hate to see the kids traveling all over the place, it is so over the top.
    Poor children, their big issues will show up years from now. I feel terrible. Super Nanny where are you!

  23. dumdee says:

    and we care because?

  24. vdantev says:

    junk science?

    Yep, whatever is sponsored and co-authored by massive corporations to allow them to continue to sell their products, taint the environment and conceal their greed behind the evergreen environmental smokescreen at the same time and allows small people to assign blame I consider junk science. Carbon footprint is an over-simplification of the matter of pollution. Carbon footprint is nothing more than a sales pitch, and it’s working.

    And no one had to ‘teach me’ anything to come to this conclusion- I did something radical and trend-setting called individual study and thought.

  25. anon says:

    vdantev – carbon footprint is one of the terms used in the widespread (albeit not enough) efforts to get the greenhouse gas emissions under control. Possibly the term gets misused sometimes, but I came across it quite a bit when I was doing my MBA in Energy Management in an internationally ranked university. The doctoral project I am considering deals with greenhouse gases, and carbon footprint/CO2 emissions whatever you call it is definitely a factor. Please do not give up personal efforts in this domain…
    Self study and though? Sure. I am all for self study and thought, and I engage in these quite a bit myself(hence not a fan of AJ), but please – do not offend your fellow CB fans. You do not know who is who on these message boards.
    Peace 🙂

  26. Bess says:

    Poor kids…I’m not saying they are not good parents but I don’t think they have anyone who feels safe enough(not hired) to say stop traveling and let the kids have something normal in their lives. They already have it hard and over privledged in so many ways, at least they could have deep roots set to off set the other weird stuff they have to face. I wish their parents didn’t try to get so much attention, so the kids could have peace.

  27. kim says:

    I beleive that family will help make this world alot better if not only for the enviroment but also for humanity. one asks why do we care about the jolie pitt family and i beleive it is because this family is trying hard to give back and they are doing a wonderful wonderful unbeleivable job. kind of makes one realize how much we should all try to live…..full of living,with love and forever kindeness for all of the creatures of our land our planet.

  28. Mae says:

    The joliepitt combo take more than they could ever give. Flying,buying,etc. Many amazing families give,give,give they just don’t tell,tell,tell. I think that is an important lesson to us all. The biggest givers in our world do it because it is their calling and they don’t need to get outside recognition and attention from it.

  29. Can’t they just stay home for a while and do something ordinary?
    Poor babies; they are months old and they have already traveled to Europe!