Angelina Jolie: Brad Makes Traveling Easier; Twins 'Made for Each Other'
Many have wondered how the Jolie-Pitts deal with the less-than-easy side effects of traveling with six children, including altered sleep schedules and all that luggage! After recently moving from France to Germany while Brad Pitt films Inglorious Bastards, then hopping a flight to the US for the Changeling press junket and a New Orleans visit, Angelina Jolie admits that its been challenging. "After the flight from Europe [to New York], we were all suffering a bit from jetlag," the actress tells German Vanity Fair. "Althoughwe went to bed early, [the kids] were up at 4:30 a.m. goofing around." Luckily for Angelina, Brad took control of the situation and let her sleep in a bit longer.
"Brad took care ofthings. He just said, ‘Go back to sleep, you have to worktomorrow’ and then went to the living room with the kids. He’s anamazing father: totally devoted."
As for the newest members of the family — 3-month-old Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline — Angelina reveals that as twins, they definitely have a special connection. "When you look at them, it’s likethey were made for each other," she explained. "They smile at eachother, sniff each other, touch each other. It’s just beautiful." That’s not to say the babies are alike though — "They already have completely different personalities," Angelina, 33, notes. "Knox is more the quiet one, very relaxed, while Viv is a little more aggressive andloud. It’s funny, Knox looks more like Brad and Viv more like me."
Despite having help a few nights a week, which they take full advantage of, the actors are still tired. "We’re exhausted a lot, because it’s twice as hard with two babies than with one," shares Angelina. "But it’s twice as much fun, too."As for the tabloid rumors about their relationship and postpartum depression, the couple are too busy to take note, Angelina admits.
"I’ve made it a habit not to pay attention."
Source: German Vanity Fair via PEOPLE