Ladies and gents, one of the most powerful couple in Hollywood: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. They are together since 2005 and since then they had 3 children of their own and three adopted ones as well. They really make a very big and busy family,and a very interesting one as well. Here are 5 facts that we have put together and these facts remained unknown until now!
1.The first adoption
The first child that Angelina adopted was in 2002. The child was Maddox Chivan from Cambodia. She adopted the child when she was barred to Billy Bob Thornton. However, Jolie and Bob broke up after the adoption and Jolie raised Maddox as a single parent. Maddox, who is now 15 was the Production Assistant on the movie ‘By the Sea’ and is training for a movie career.
The second baby Julie adopted was Zahara Marley from Ethiopia in 2005. It was that time in 2005 that the rumors that Angelina and Brad being together started. Brad even went to Ethopia to bring Zahara back. When the couple became official, Brad adopted both Maddox and Zahara legally.
3.Brad and Angelina welcome their first child
Brad and Angelina welcome their first child in 2006. She took borth in Namibia to avoid the entire paparazzi drama and was named Shiloh Nouvel. The first pictures of the baby were sold to ‘People’ and ‘Hello!’ magazines. They made $ 7.6 million and the money was donated to UNICEF. She is 9 years old and is reportedly rumored to be a transgender. Even mother Angelina told Vanity Fair that Shiloh preferred to dress as a boy and called John.
4.Another adoption, this time from Vietnam
Pax Thein, from Vietnam. Adopted by Angelina in 2007 as he was abandoned by his mother at birth. She had to adopt him as a single parent as she was not married to Pitt at that time. She then legally canged Pax’s name from Jolie to Jolie-Pitt.
5.Brad and Angelina welcome twins
In 2008, Brad and Agnelina welcomed twins. Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline, were born in Nice, France. ‘Hello!’ magazine published the first photos of the twins for $14 million, the most expensive ever in history.