Thursday, August 17, 2006

Angelina Jolie has told Brad Pitt she wants to leave Hollywood.

Angelina Jolie has told Brad Pitt she wants to leave Hollywood.

The 'Tomb Raider' actress is adamant that her children visit Africa and would love them to live in several countries.

She said: "I want to take all three children back to Africa. I can squeeze in a break before starting work and I want to give them a little 'Mommy time' away from Brad."

Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Angelina is determined not to let her children become "spoiled brats".

A source said: "She is not the homebody Brad is and wants the kids to grow up as 'citizens of the world', speaking several languages and with a broad perspective on life.

"She hates the idea of them growing up in the insular world of Hollywood as the spoiled brats of movie stars who expect everything to be handed to them on a plate."


Angelina Jolie Relationship Woes Give Jennifer Aniston Pause?

Angelina Jolie vs Jennifer Aniston

Reports from published celebrity sources have Jennifer Aniston either married or broken up with Vince Vaughn. Similar reports claim that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are also having problems.

There are details of late night hotel runs with kids for Jolie and Jennifer debating whether or not to keep her funnyman around as well.

Now Life & Style Weekly puts that together in the Friday release of the magazine.


Pitt and Jolie leaving Malibu

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are packing up and leaving their beachfront compound in Malibu, California, for Los Angeles' trendy Los Feliz neighbourhood.

The couple and their three children - Maddox, five, Zahara, 19 months and Shiloh, three months - have only been back in the US for a short time following their extended stay in Namibia, but are already moving on.

Pitt has spent more than a decade buying and renovating in Los Feliz and has amassed a three-property compound.

The brood is currently splitting its time between the two homes, but sources report Pitt intends to make Los Feliz the family's primary residence.

The architecture buff has reportedly invested an estimated $4m (€3.1m) on the properties, which include a stone house once occupied by actress Cassandra Peterson, a California Craftsman, and a post-and-beam property built in the 1950s.

Pitt purchased the first of the three properties in 1994 and has been renovating ever since.

A source tells American publication Us Weekly: "Brad's turned the compound into a Neverland-like place."

The couple have turned a ballroom into a massive playroom and there is a pool and a large fountain in the centre of the main house.

According to a source: "It's meant to be a kids' paradise, where they can just run wild."