Shiloh, Zahara, Pax, Maddox Snuck Into Mom Angelina's Premiere

Celebrity Moms May. 23, 2011 AT 11:43AM
Shiloh, Zahara, Pax, Maddox Snuck Into Mom Angelina's Premiere Shiloh, Zahara, Pax, Maddox Snuck Into Mom Angelina's Premiere Credit: Fame Pictures(2)

Shiloh Jolie-Pitt and her siblings aren't quite ready for the red carpet yet -- but they still got to cheer on their world-famous mom at Sunday's Hollywood premiere of Kung Fu Panda 2!

Although Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt walked the red carpet at Grauman's Chinese Theater without their brood, they were spotted exiting the screening with their four eldest.

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After catching the animated sequel, Little Shiloh, 4 and brother Maddox, 9, held onto their mom Jolie's hands outside the the theater; Zahara, 6, and brother Pax, 7, walked out with their dad Pitt, 47.

As usual, the celeb kids each rocked their own unique styles: Shaggy-haired Shiloh sipped on a Kung Fu Panda 2 cup and wore a black vest, tie and pants, white button-down shirt and combat boots; drinking from a similar cup, Zahara wore a trench coat, grey shirt, slim black jeans and purple scrunch boots. Grinning ear-to-ear, Maddox sported a mohawk, black sweater, denim and black Converse high tops; Pax kept it more preppy-casual in a blazer, jeans and sneakers.

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The famous clan are back from the Cannes Film Fest, where Jolie, 35, and Pitt were both promoting films.

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But it apparently wasn't the first time Shiloh and the gang watched their mom's new movie. At a press junket in Cannes, Jolie explained that her kids had already seen the flick -- and gave it a big thumbs up.

"The kids loved it! They laughed out loud hysterical."

Good thing, because the film "deals with family and adoption," she said, and she worried that her brood of biological and adopted kids might be bothered by "such a heavy issue."

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Added the mom: "We talk very openly in our house. 'Orphanage' and 'birth parents' are happy words in our house."

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