The couple caused a media storm at the airport as they stopped to sign autographs with their famous children
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie made flying with the family look easy as they strolled through a Tokyo airport with three of their six children.
With beaming grins, Brad and Ange appeared to be taking the long-haul flight in their stride, arriving at Haneda International Airport for the Japanese leg of the World War Z promotional trail.
After all, the couple are used to controlling a much bigger brood, leaving behind Maddox, 11, Siloh, 6, and 7-year-old Zahara, while bringing along Pax, 9, and 5-year old twins Knox and Vivienne with comforters and giant purple teddies in tow.
Angelina was the picture of health and happiness as she stopped to take photos with fans and sign pictures for the many grinning onlookers. We’re used to seeing stars stroll through airports grumpily, often ignoring fans and trying to dodge the waiting press, but this brood couldn’t be happier to mingle with the young locals.
Mum-of-six Angelina is said to have taken up flying to impress her eldest son, Maddox, who she hoped would think of her as a superhero after adopting the hobby.
Meanwhile Brad has recently bought the moviestar her own jet to enable them to see more of each other while they work on separate work commitments.
Could this be Hollywood’s cutest family?