The Jolie-Pitt family is ending the year in style and setting the perfect example of a family that lives together and travels together, stays together.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt along with their six children Maddox, 14, Pax, 12, Zahara, 10, Shiloh, nine, and seven-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne are staying in an $18,000-per-night villa in Thailand.
The family is staying in a palatial 10-bedroom pad at the Amanpuri beach resort in Phuket.
According to the New York Post’s Page Six: “The whole family is staying in a two-floor, mammoth spread.” It comes with a staff of eight servants, private gym and a pool surrounded by minipagodas.
Us Weekly reports that the family have seen ‘swimming in the sea off a luxury yacht, as well as playing minigolf, shopping at a mall and visiting a local Hindu temple where their mom prayed’.
The famous couple along with their children have been on an Asia tour this month, first travelling to Cambodia, Vietnam and now Thailand.
However, there was some drama to this ideal family getaway when Pax injured his leg in a reported jet-skiing accident, but fortunately did not break the limb.
Us Weekly reports that the family is having a great time in Thailand and have been seen “swimming in the sea off a luxury yacht, as well as playing minigolf, shopping at a mall and visiting a local Hindu temple where their mom prayed.”
Angelina is shooting First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia, about the brutal Khmer Rouge regime and hence the Jolie-Pitts have been jet-setting Asia.
The actress also wrote the Netflix film, which is an adaptation of Loung Ung’s memoir about her escape from the notorious “killing fields,” reports Mail Online. Her Cambodian-born Maddox is also helping his famous mother on set as a production assistant.
The couple, who has been together since 2005 were most recently seen in the box office thud By The Sea, written and directed by Angelina herself. The film, which reunited the couple for the first time since Mr & Mrs Smith, cost $10 million but made only around $500,000 at the US box office.