The Jolie-Pitts' Namibia Christmas: All the Details!
It was a very Jolie-Pitt Christmas in Namibia this year.
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their six kids arrived in the African nation -- where Shiloh was born four years ago -- on Dec. 19 and stayed for about a week at a private, rented villa at the Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary and Lodge in the village of Langstrand.
A source tells Us the brood hung out at the villa, hit the beach and ventured out to the Nakuluft Mountains.
Over the weekend, Pitt, 47, Jolie, 35, posed for a stunning shot with Shiloh and Ethiopia-born Zahara, 6, with a crowd of locals, including the family of Dr. Rudie van Vuuren, a famous physician, cricket player and conservationist who runs the nature sanctuary. Little Shiloh, meanwhile, appears to have grown out her famous pixie cut!
"They really enjoyed their trip," a local source tells Us. "They were able to mingle with locals, visit Swakopmund and go to the beach there and also the beach in their neighborhood."
Still, the famous parents were also spotted doing some last-minute Christmas shopping (picking up toy cars, trucks and dolls) on Dec. 23 at the Maeura Mall. "It was just the two of them," an onlooker says. "They looked really happy and didn't mind the attention."