Toy Story, starring Angelina Jolie!
With Brad Pitt shooting World War Z in London and throughout the UK this summer, the 36-year-old actress bided her time on Monday with a trip to The Toy Station, a boutique near the family's rented estate in the city's posh Richmond neighborhood.
With 6-year-old daughter Zahara in tow, Jolie came armed with a big list of goodies for Zahara and siblings Maddox, 10, Pax, 7, Shiloh, 5, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 3: sticker kits, tattoo transfers, craft making accessories, Play-Doh, dress-up accessories, "Ben 10" action figures, cowboy guns and a soap-making kit. See more pics from the Jolie-Pitt family's shopping spree.
It's not the movie star's first visit to the Toy Station, store owner Karen Khatchik tells Us Weekly. "They are a lovely family and we have really enjoyed their visits," Khatchik says. "The children are all so well behaved. They'll point things out to Angelina and she's always interested in what they have to say."
Why the shopping spree? An insider explains that the family is set to leave for Glasgow, Scotland shortly, where Pitt's zombie flick will continue to film. "Angelina wanted to buy items for the children that would keep them entertained when they leave," the source says.
"She doesn't spoil the children. They are always allowed to buy a few things, but mostly small items. She doesn't do things over the top," says Khatchik, who adds that Jolie stopped and chatted with her shy 12-year-old daughter.
And the Tourist star was receptive to compliments about her cute kids, too.
"I told Angelina that Shiloh is adorable and the spitting image of her father," Khatchik said of Pitt, 47. "She smiled and agreed with me."