He’s been hard at work filming new zombie movie World War Z, but Brad Pitt still managed to fit in some down time yesterday, stepping out for a stroll with Angelina Jolie in the gardens of their sprawling Scottish mansion.
The couple and their brood have set up home in the luxury 16th century manor house on the Carnell Estate in Ayrshire, while Brad is on location in the Scottish city.
And with room for 18 guests and a whopping ten acres of gardens, there’s certainly plenty of space for the A-list family.
Despite a packed schedule, Brad and Angelina were spied making use of the house’s beautiful walled gardens yesterday, strolling arm in arm and admiring the breathtaking views.
But the pair left children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne indoors for during their romantic outing.
Brad and Angelina took up residence in the huge Scottish house earlier this month, after World War Z, has moved from its previous base in Falmouth, Cornwall, up to Glasgow, where areas have been transformed to mimic the Stateside city of Philadelphia.
The lucky couple and their clan of six children, chartered an entire Virgin train for their journey at a reported cost of between £15,000 and £40,000.
The family are expected to stay in Scotland while Brad's busy on set, although they are yet to be spotted out in about in the city.
If their time in London is anything to go by, we can expect plenty of Jolie-Pitt treats - Angelina kept her brood busy with daily trips and outings, including visits to the London Aquarium, Hamleys and a Richmond cinema.