Since the formation of the Jolie Pitt union, the power couple has consistently remained relevant to some different issues where it is almost impossible to keep up. From the issue of Brad Pitt’s children with his spouse to their fidelity, the family has certainly kept us on edge and waiting for more information. Since they fascinate us so much, we might as well get to know them.
Brad Pitt’s Children
We could call them Angelina Jolie’s kids, but “potato, poh-tah-to.” The couple shares six children. Before she got together with her film buddy, Jolie had already adopted children. The couple has three biological children, but consider them all their own; Pitt even legally adopted the children she had before they were joined.
The first of the sextet is Maddox Chivan. He was born in Cambodia on August 5, 2001, and, fortunately for him, was adopted by Angelina Jolie on March 10, 2002. His birth name was Rath Vibol, and as much as we respect his heritage, we cannot help but thank God that his name is now Maddox. His parents describe him as a professional big brother and a real intellectual.
The apple has not fallen far from the tree, as Maddox follows in his parents’ footsteps in the film industry. Maddox starred in his father’s film, World War Z, and will come into contact with his roots in a film about Cambodia directed by his mother.
Zahara Marley, formerly Teena Adam, known for her famous paparazzi death look, was adopted by Angelina Jolie on July 6, 2005. The little girl was born in Ethiopia on January 8, 2005. She almost didn’t make it past infancy, and at some point, rumors were circulating that she had AIDS. Apparently, it was “only” malnutrition, dehydration, and salmonella poisoning, slow down your horse people.
She was described by her mother as maternal and girlish, all we know for sure is that the girl has a mean death look.
Two years later, a Vietnamese baby found its way into the heart and home of Angelina Jolie. Pax Thien was born on 29 November 2003 and adopted on 15 March 2007. The former Pham Quang Sang is the only member of the Jolie Pitt gang who was not there from an early age. As a result, he had a great fear for the paparazzi, which he found difficult to overcome. His name was given to him by his late maternal grandmother, Marcheline.
If you’re in the baby name market, we have an idea here. His name “Pax” means “peaceful”, and his middle name “Thien” is of Vietnamese origin and is translated as “sky”, so his name means “peaceful sky”.
The couple welcomed their first biological child on May 27, 2006. Shiloh Baptist is quite a tomboy, and this is vividly expressed in their choice of clothes and boyish haircut. She was born in Namibia, far away from the paparazzi and the limelight. Jolie-Pitt’s made a whopping $7.5 million from the pictures of the newborn and donated the sum to undisclosed charities. That amount makes us sweat!
The ten-year-old prefers to be addressed as “John” or “Peter” and her parents support her in her quest for gender studies. She was just a baby when her older brother Pax was adopted. In the meantime, the two have become quite an explosive duo. Jolie often jokes that they are “revenge” for what she did to her own mother when she was young.
Then, on 12 July 2008, the twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline were born. Knox is said to be very similar to his father, often dressing like him and wearing the same accessories. Vivienne, on the other hand, is the embodiment of all girlish things, she loves “Pink and Princesses”. She already has an affinity for acting and acted at her mother’s side in “Maleficent” as the children’s version of Princess Aurora alias Sleeping Beauty.
That sums it up: The children of Brad Pitt are as different as their different ancestry, rumors say that soon a Syrian boy will join the Jolie Pitt clan. That would be the von Trapp family again, without the singing or… Okay, that was a bad metaphor.
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Brad Pitt Wife
Except for people who have not yet been born, no one has not heard of Angelina Jolie. She first appeared on our screen as a child in 1982, alongside her father Jon Voight in the film Lookin To Get Out. It was her appearance in the film adaptation of the video game Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) that got her going. Since then, everything she touches turns to gold.
In addition to her acting career, she is also intensively involved in humanitarian work, is the ambassador of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and has completed more than 40 field missions. She also promoted the “Angelina effect” after openly talking about her mastectomy and oophorectomy, to help women make healthy choices.
She is certainly a force to be reckoned with. Her relationship with Brad Pitt began over a decade ago, and although there are constant rumors of divorce, the couple is growing stronger.
The actor has two siblings, one of whom is his brother Douglas Mitchell Pitt, popularly known as Doug Pitt. He was born on November 2, 1966, and is now a businessman, investor, and philanthropist. He is married to Lisa Pitt and has made a name for himself in his field. Most of his work is in East Africa, where he works on water projects as a board member of WorldServe International.
Doug Pitt was appointed Goodwill Ambassador for the United Republic of Tanzania in 2010. Coincidentally, all three of Brad Pitt projects are in Africa, although they have nothing to do with each other.