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Brangelina And Kids Grab Some Dinz!

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So sweet! Who doesn't love a family meal?!

The Jolie-Pitt clan are back in Los Angeles, and were spotted enjoying a family dinner together last night at Benihana's in Beverly Hills (above)!

Delish! Great choice, bbs!

We hope you guys had a lovely time!

[Image via National Photo Group.]

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13 comments to “Brangelina And Kids Grab Some Dinz!”



  1. 1

    I always feel sorry for those kids. She doesn't want a stable life and she has no intentions of her kids having them either. Why not take time off. They have the money. Give the kids some form of family and routine…..their own house, their own school, and friends. She doesn't have any friends and she doesn't see the importance it is for kids to have friends. It is just so sad.



  2. 2

    DOES ANYONE ELSE THINK BRAD IS STARTING TO LOOK LIKE BENECIO DEL TORO?

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    I used to love Benihanas. I also love that these two are helping a bunch of little kids through to adulthood. It's a zoo, but with independence it gets better and it's so worth it in the end.



  4. 4

    I agree with everyone who feels sorry for this kids.. they seem like just little puppets in a big freak show. For some reason when I think of them.. all I can think of is socially awkward children who desperately need friends and a good schooling.



  5. 5

    Re: iloverickymartin – because……. you think that's the best way to raise kids?



  6. 6

    i don't know anything about the jolie-pitt household and so cannot say anything about "feeling sorry" for the kids. however, i was raised in a similar (albeit not as globe trottin') manner and i can say my world view is much more broad than 98% of those on the planet. there's nothing abusive about having an international lifestyle or upbringing. if you criticize that, you may as well put down those who never leave the country or their two block radius their entire lives.



  7. 7

    I feel so bad for those kids also…she is deranged. Those poor little things have no roots. She should be ashamed and so should Brad Pitt!



  8. 8

    Re: TheMrsBradPitt – I think that one of the coolest and most wondrous parts of growing up is making friends. I still have some of my dear friends from the neighborhood…….here it is decades later. I think friendship is a necessity.

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    Re: iloverickymartin – I don't really feel sorry for the kids, but I do agree about having friends. although we really don't know whether or not the kids do have them. ??
    anyway..
    I really don't see the ooing and ahhing all the time over these people. angy was beutiful once, but now looks like she's wasted and hasn't eaten in a month. brad is just dirty looking all the time. and what is so aw sweet about this family compared to any other?! mom.. dad.. kids.. van.. dinner. whatever.

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    Re: TheMrsBradPitt – RickyMartin has a very good point. Continuity and being able to depend on old friends, people and places really helps most kids along the way unless they're loners. Anyway, who's to say that Brad and Angie won't put down some roots? Running must be exhausting. It's not as though they couldn't go off to work intermittently.

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    Re: iloverickymartin – Going off to regular school daily teaches kids all of the social cues to easily master and get around the world on their own while they cruise around anonymously, with a life of their very own. It also teaches them how to master the steps to rise to excellence within a group or multiple groups of people. Look how centred that Emma from Potter is, off to University on her own and loving the normalcy and anonymity of it. Kids that are strictly home tutored can miss a lot of personal growing opportunities, and unless they're really self motivated, might end up playing warcraft at 20 in their bedroom in their parent's house because they don't know anything else or anywhere else to go. I've seen it happen. I doubt their kids would, as neither parent grows any moss. Kids do what they've learned.



  12. 12

    Re: @v@ – Exactly. Well said. : )



  13. 13

    I was at Benihana's last night at the same time. Jesus, it was chaos - the paps were insane!! All for this shot.