The Jolie-Pitts Will Stay In France

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In a new interview with Hello! magazine, Brad Pitt opens up even more about his private life, his six kids and, of course, Santa Angelina Jolie.

On being a dad to so many young children, Poppa Pitt says, “It’s chaos at times but there’s also such joy in our house right now. I look down at the family and I see our boy from Vietnam [Pax] and our daughter from Ethiopia [Zahara] and our girl’s from Namibia [Shiloh was born there] and our son who’s from Cambodia [Maddox], and├óΓé¼┬ª they are all brothers and sisters, man. They are all the same blood.”

Not really the most poetic guy out there, but still a very touching and loving thing to say.

Brad adds, “It is such elation to see them all living together, and getting along together, and to know that we were able to give them a home ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ in some cases, to give them a life. It’s a wonderful thing that we are able to do this because of the jobs we have ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ and it’s a selfish thing, too, because the rewards are extraordinary.”

So will there be MORE kids in their future?

Poppa Pitt reveals, “We’ve always said that we’ll carry on until we find a reason to stop doing this ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ and, no, we haven’t found that reason yet.”

As for the family, they’ve been living in Berlin for the last few weeks since Brad is shooting a Quentin Tarantino film. Though he does reveal that the family will be living in the South of France for a while, where they currently have a three-year lease on their 880 acre Chateau.

Brad says, “I’ve been dragging them all from continent to continent lately, so we’re going to have to give them a break soon. For the long term, right now, we’re choosing France. It’s good living there, a really nice way of life. It’s a place where the kids can run free and not be hassled ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ we have a good relationship with the locals, and it’s a good base for the family.”

The U.S. will miss you guys. Though we’re sure Maniston is happy not to have you around!

[Image via WENN.]

Dec 16, 2008 6:30pm PDT

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