Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie ´househunting in Spain´
22 October 2007, MADRID -(AFP) - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are looking for a house in Europe so that their four children and future offspring can have a "broad vision of the world," the actor said in a interview published Sunday.
22 October 2007
MADRID -(AFP) - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are looking for a house in Europe so that their four children and future offspring can have a "broad vision of the world," the actor said in a interview published Sunday.
"While we are very nomadic, we would like to have a base in Europe. More attention is paid here to what is going on in the world and it is easier to get to Africa and Asia from here," he told XL Semanal, the weekly magazine supplement of the ABC newspaper.
"We want our children to have a broad vision of the world. Spain, Italy and France have lots of quality of life and that is healthy," he added.
Pitt, 43, and Jolie, 32, are parents to adopted Cambodian son Maddox, six; three-year-old Vietnamese son Pax; two-year-old Ethiopian daughter Zahara and 16-month-old biological daughter Shiloh.
The couple, who starred in 2005 hit movie "Mr. and Mrs. Smith", would like to adopt more children, Pitt said.
"We still have not finished. We are very lucky to have the means to give someone an opportunity," he said.
"But it is more than that. I can't imagine my life without our children. If someone is thinking of adopting, I couldn't encourage them more," he added.
The Hollywood couple reportedly moved recently from New York, along with their four children, to Los Angeles where Jolie is shooting Clint Eastwood's new drama "The Changeling".
Subject: Spanish news