Angelina Jolie and her six kids have taken Australia by storm.
The actress and her brood — Maddox, Zahara, Pax, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne — enjoyed all the sights during their recent trip to the country.
Angie took Maddox and Pax to the Taronga Zoo on Sept. 7, while Shiloh and Knox hit Luna Park on Sydney’s beautiful harbor.
“Shiloh and Knox were accompanied by two security guards and acted like any other kids,” an eyewitness tells Life & Style. “Knox had a kid-size pair of binoculars slung around his neck, and they both watched Luna Park’s famous dancing clown parade in delight.”
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The very next day, Angie and all of her children were spotted at the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium. They went before it opened to the public and strolled around Darling Harbour before heading back to their hotel, the Intercontinental.
“They spent about an hour inside the aquarium and left with a couple of Finding Nemo plush toys,” an onlooker tells Life & Style.
The Oscar winner will reportedly spend three months in Australia directing her second film Unbroken, which is about Olympic runner Louis Zamperini who became a prisoner of war in World War II.
Ever since her arrival, locals have been on Angie-watch.
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She’s been hopping from place to place, scoping out locations for the drama. On Sept. 11, she jetted into Tamworth and headed straight to nearby Werris Creek.
“I ran out the back of the shop when I saw her,” butcher Mark Woolfe of Creek Meats tells Life & Style. “She had a couple of people with her and she was checking out the alleyway and some buildings.
“She looked like a million dollars. I was starstruck,” he adds. “We’ve been so excited here — it’s unbelievable!”
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The 38-year-old didn’t have her kids with her this time around, but happily posed for fans and hugged local children. Fiancé Brad Pitt has been busy working on his new movie Fury in England.
“She asked what all the kids’ names were,” Kelly Saunders tells Life & Style. “She was very down-to-earth.”
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