Hollywood couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have allegedly move out of the United States and set up a home in Surrey, South East England, where they rented an eight-bedroom luxury flat worth $21,000 a month, as they will start working on their respective projects in Britain.
Together with their six kids ? Madox, 14, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 9 and the 7-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox — the family?s new home for the next six months lies in the ?Garden of England?, located near the River Thames and within a commuter distance of London. The mansion boasts of an indoor pool and gym and is just a 40-min drive from their friend George Clooney?s marital home.
US Weekly magazine reports that Brad will be shooting his new zombie film World War Z, while Jolie will work on humanitarian and political projects for her role as a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador. ?
The Mr. & Mrs. Smith stars allegedly were looking on purchasing a property in the Westminster and Marylebone of central London but were unable to find a property with enough security and privacy, thus settling on the Surrey residence, according to Spy NZ Herald.
It seems that the family of eight has already quite adapted and settled in their new White House presidential looking home as Brad was spotted bringing the kids to a pottery studio on March 5, while Angelina took them out a week earlier to Hamley?s toy store to shop gifts. An insider
revealed ?She bought them presents for their new playroom!?
The Pitts have been well acquainted to UK. It can be recalled about 3 years ago that the couple also rented out the Whornes Palace in London with a monthly rate of ?17,000 as Angelina was shooting Maleficent and Pitt for The Counselor.
Meanwhile, describing her brood?s life as ?nomadic,? Jolie told The Guardian in November ?I don?t want this lifestyle to ever be something they [the children] don?t want? So we?ll have to gauge it, make some adjustments.?