Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly settling into their new moved to a new home near London with their six children. The couple are said to have rented a house in Surrey where they plan to live for at least six months while Brad films his latest project World War Z 2.
Their children Maddox, Pax, Zahara and twins Knox and Vivienne will no doubt have plenty of room to play and explore - a source told Us Weekly that the house, which is thought to be rented for around $28,000 a month, is a "beautiful, White House-style home" which boasts eight bedrooms, an indoor pool and a gym.
The source also revealed that Brad and Angelina have been trying to make the transition for their children as smooth as possible since moving to England at the end of February. Brad was spotted enjoying some quality time with the twins at a pottery studio, while Angelina treated her children to a trip to iconic toyshop Hamleys where "she bought them presents for their new playroom".
During their time in the UK, Brad will be working on set for the sequel of the action horror series World War Z, while Angelina will be spending her time focusing on her humanitarian projects in her role as a UN Goodwill Ambassador.
It comes as no surprise that Brad and Angelina chose Surrey as their new home. Not only is the area close to London, making it easier for the couple to head to the capital for work, but it's also favoured by fellow actor and Brad's close friend George Clooney, who owns a property just 40 minutes from the couple's new house.
It's no doubt been an exciting time for the family, with Pax, Zahara and Shiloh joining Angelina at work for the actress' new film Kung Fu Panda 3 where they helped to record animal voices.
During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, Angelina explained that she took her kids on set to show them what she does for a living – and joked they found her day job "so easy".
"I think it backfired a little because I did say, 'okay you're going to come to mummy's work,'" said Angelina. "They see me on set every day doing things and directing but this was a moment of seeing me act – you're going to do some lines, you're going to act. They all went in, they took it very seriously and then in the car, they were like, 'that's what you do? It's so easy.'"