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Brad Pitt 'seeks George Clooney's tips on UK move'

Published 24/09/2015

Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt is reportedly planning to set up a home in the UK while he shoots his upcoming war movie.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Brad Pitt is said to be asking George Clooney for advice on relocating to the UK.

George has turned into an honorary Brit since marrying his lawyer wife Amal last September (14), as she is based in London.

It seems Brad is keen to follow in his pal's footsteps by setting up a home in England. However, Britain's The Sun newspaper reports the Hollywood star would only be staying there with his family while shooting an upcoming World War Two movie.

Brad is married to Angelina Jolie and the couple raise children Maddox, Zahara, Shiloh, Pax, Knox and Vivienne together.

“Brad will need to be in England in the New Year for his next flick at Pinewood Studios, just north of London," an insider told the publication.

George and Amal have set up their marital home in the village Sonning, also known as Sonning-on-Thames. The actor bought his wife the manor as a wedding gift and it's thought Brad is keen to purchase a property in the same area.

“Sonning to Pinewood will be a breeze of a commute but means him, Angelina and the kids will still have the luxury of living out in the sticks," the insider added.

And if reports turn out to be true, Brad and Angelina could be moving with a seventh child in tow. It's claimed the couple are keen to adopt another little one as they have Maddox from Cambodia, Zahara from Ethiopia and Pax from Vietnam. Amid all the troubles in Syria, Angelina has been visiting the area as part of her role as a UN ambassador. During a recent trip, the actress reportedly decided she wanted to adopt a refugee after seeing so many orphan children who lost their parents in the conflict.

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