Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Go Yachting with Their Kids in Australia.


Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie spent a fun day in the sun with their kids in Australia on Tuesday. 

Jolie, who’s Down Under directing her new film Unbroken, was spotted looking relaxed with Pitt and their six kids – Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne – on a luxury yacht named “Ghost” on Sydney Harbor. 

The couple had been several thousand miles apart while Pitt was in the U.K. filming his World War II drama Fury

Pitt, 49, reportedly flew in from L.A. and was seen snapping photos of his family as they played on the boat’s front deck and later, when the kids went paddle-boarding. 

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The lavish 87-foot vessel has everything an A-list family needs: four staterooms, two lounge rooms, a dining room and two outdoor areas, plus a sun-drenched saloon, flat-screen televisions, a retractable sunroof and more. 

The price tag? A cool $10,000 per day for eight hours. 

After their ocean adventure, they reportedly headed to Taronga Zoo where the couple had booked out the entire facility. The family spent the night there, camping out in safari tents beside the lion, snow leopard and meerkat enclosures, and taking a behind-the-scenes tour as part of the zoo’s Roar & Snore adventure. 

Jolie, 38, who has been in Sydney since October, has reportedly moved into a 1920s mansion with five bedrooms in Vaucluse, an upscale suburb on Sydney Harbor. 

She’s expected to be in Australia for several more weeks as much of Unbroken‘s shooting and post-production will be taking place in and around Sydney and the nearby Hunter ValleyImageImageImage


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