Angelina Jolie, Six Kids Hold Hands Arriving in Australia: Picture
All smiles despite a long flight! After being photographed at LAX Airport in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Sept. 4, Angelina Jolie and her six kids -- Maddox, 12, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 5 -- arrived in Sydney, Australia on Friday, Sept. 6.
With fiance Brad Pitt away filming, Jolie, 38, had her hands full while ushering their children to a hotel from the airport. Wearing the same clothes they were seen in before getting on the plane, the group held hands while walking and carried colorblock bags by State. Little Knox also carried his blue blankie, while older brother Pax hid from cameras behind his purple stuffed animal.
The Jolie-Pitt kids are all growing up fast. Nearly a teenager, eldest son Maddox is getting taller and rocking a similar style to dad Pitt. He wore a white dress shirt, gray dress pants, knit hat and aviators.
While his family is Down Under, Pitt, 49, has been spotted working on his new World War II film, Fury, in England. The actor was spotted riding in a tank to prepare for the film.
Jolie is also working on a World War II film. The Oscar-winning actress is set to start filming her directorial project, Unbroken, about Olympic track star Louis Zamperini's imprisonment, in Australia.