They have a lot of help. A lot.
We know that Brad Pitt, 51 and Angelina Jolie, 39 get help with their children – lots of help. But we didn’t realise just how much until today.
In May last year Jolie told NY News Daily, “I have much more support than most people, most women in this world, and I have the financial means to have a home and health care and food.”
Bibi Barba, an Indigenous artist told Woman's Day that she was invited in to the Jolie-Pitt home while they were in Australia for Angelina's world premiere of Unbroken last year.
The artist revealed that while she was in their home she learnt that the Brangelina duo have help from six full-time carers for their children. That's one each for Knox and Vivienne, 6, Shiloh, 8, Zahara, 10, Pax 11 and Maddox, 13.
Jolie also told NY Daily News that their kids are all home-schooled and they get to travel with their parents everywhere.
PopEater recently reported the strict requirements for Pitt-Jolie nannies. They must have a college degree in education or child development and speak at least two languages (that counts us out!). And to look after one of their adopted children from another country you must speak their home language.
According to PopEater's source, the nannies get paid between $50, 000 and $150, 000 for the job.
Bibi told Woman's Day that after spending a day with the kids teaching them about Aboriginal art, "You can see [Angelina's] taught them we're all human, and we might come from different parts of the world but we've got to show each other love and respect."
It's just another reason we admire Angelina Jolie and her parenting style.
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