Angelina Jolie Opens Up About Her Fam For December's Vogue

It's once in a blue moon that Angelina Jolie will open up and talk about her personal life. Sorry, no scoop on marital bliss with Brad this time; but instead it's the Jolie-Pitt brood that Jolie dishes on during her interview for Vogue's December issue. And we are in complete adoration for the way these internationally-inclined tots have influenced Hollywood's former bad girl. From wanting a dead bird for a pet (Shiloh is so Angelina), to six-year-old Pax out-cooking his mom, Jolie attributes her child-rearing skills to her always supportive first, nine-year-old Maddox. That's so sweet. But other than playing with their pet bulldog Jacques, having play dates with fellow celeb toddlers, and traveling the world, these kids also attend international school, Lycée Français, where they can keep up with their studies everywhere the wind (or their parents) takes them. The globe-trotting family may have racked up more frequent flier miles than a retired international pilot, but Jolie eventually wants to raise her future teens in France. "Hopefully, they'll go to high school in Aix-en-Provence. It looks like a great place to be a teenager." Anywhere would be a great place to be a teenager, especially if you call Angie and Brad "mom" and "dad". (E!)
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