Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Brangelina brood 'raise ruckus at pizzeria'

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's children "raise a ruckus" when they visit their favourite pizzeria, it's been claimed.

The Hollywood stars raise six children together, Maddox, 11, Pax, eight, seven-year-old Zahara, Shiloh, six, and four-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

The clan have a much-loved restaurant in Brad's hometown of Springfield, Missouri, and love visiting it. Arris Pizza enjoys playing host to the famous brood, even though the kids' table manners sometimes leave a little to be desired.

"The place shuts down for the entire night and the kids raise a ruckus," an insider laughed to Us Weekly. "They jump on tables and even throw food at each other!"

Brad and Angelina apparently make a point of going out alone with their children, so never bring their nannies with them. They see such outings as a great way to let the youngsters express themselves, so apparently don't bother enforcing any rules.

"[They] let the kids enjoy themselves," the insider explained.

"Brad and Angelina just sit there and talk to one another while the children run around in circles."

The news comes shortly after it was claimed the children were the picture of good manners during a recent family outing. The kids wrote messages to Father Christmas while in the UK recently and surprised onlookers by how polite they were.

"It was so cute. All the children sent messages to Father Christmas and were absolutely beautifully behaved," Post office worker Fiona Lindsay said.

"Just like any other kids in a sweet shop they were excited, but Angelina controlled them perfectly."

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