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Friday 27 May 2016

Brangelina 'rent £23K-a-week home'

Published 16/09/2013

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are reportedly splashing out on a luxury 12-bedroom home in Sydney, Australia.

The Hollywood power couple are said to be spending some time with their six children in the city and local reports suggest they're not sparing any expense.

UK newspaper The Mirror bolsters claims the couple are renting a 12-bedroom home in the ritzy suburb of Bellevue during their stay.

The luxury abode reportedly boasts a tennis court, swimming pool, gym, a television room and several "casual dining rooms" that have been enjoyed by other celebrity couples, including Will and Jada Pinkett Smith.

Real estate agent Julie Rogers, credited with leasing out the property, called the mansion "without doubt one of the finest properties in Sydney".

Angelina recently flew with Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Vivienne and Knox to their new home while Brad is set to meet the family when he flies in from Britain later this week, according to The Mirror.

"[It] is part of Angelina's plan as she prepares to begin directing her second film Unbroken," the outlet reports.

Angelina was pictured filming the feature in Los Angeles earlier this month, marking the first time she had been seen on set since revealing she underwent a preventative double mastectomy, according to MailOnline.

Unbroken, written by the Coen Brothers, tells the story of Olympic runner Louis Zamperini, who became a POW during World War II.

Angelina made her directorial debut with 2007 documentary A Place in Time. She also wrote and helmed 2011 war romance In the Land of Blood and Honey.

Unbroken is scheduled for release in December 2014.

A spokesperson for the star has not commented on reports of the rental home.

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