Angelina Jolie and sons visit the Air and Space Museum

04/08/2008 at 11:05 AM ET


Actress Angelina Jolie, 32, and sons Maddox Chivan, 6 ½, and Pax Thien, 4, visited the Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. on Monday, April 7th.  The boys reportedly asked numerous questions about the aerial exhibits.

The family was in town for Angelina to attend a Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards gala and speak to the Council on Foreign Relations.

Angelina and Brad Pitt expect their fifth child this summer.

Source: People

Thanks to CBB reader Mary Beth.

*Note that the photo is not new.

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Natasha on

Two of my fave little boys! Pax especially is SO adorable!

memyselfandi on

Thanks for the story, I have loved that picture since the first time I saw it!

The “Levitating Pax” picture never gets old!

Mary on

I find this whole situation sweet. Mommy has the boys and daddy has the girls and both parents being generous and contributing to worthy projects. Great family.

southlyn on

I never get tired of seeing Pax smile… both boys are adorable!

FC on

Funny how the cameras sometimes get Pax mid-leap or skip and it looks like he’s floating on air/levitating. It’s funny and cute at the same time. I love his hairstyle too.

Nice photo of the trio!🙂

tippy on

hey this pic isn’t new!

It’s the “levitating pax” pic a while ago! dec 26th to be exact,,,from just

they were leaving the water horse in new orleans and angie wasn’t showing yet!

Autumn on

Levitating Pax is too cute! It reminds me of a scene from a martial arts film where the guy did a levitation trick. lol!

Anyway it’s good to see Angelina having fun with her sons and taking them on an educational field trip.

Moonmoth on

I love how Pax has his shoes on the wrong feet! My son did that constantly!

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