It's always an adventure with this fam! Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's 12-year-old son, Pax, broke his leg while jet-skiing during his family's adventure-filled vacation in Phuket, Thailand, over the holiday weekend, a source tells Us Weekly.
The superstar couple's second-oldest child — adopted by the pair in 2007 — is on the mend and hobbling around on crutches. He even has a big cast, the source adds.
Despite the unfortunate injury, the Jolie-Pitts were quite active during the Thai stretch of their Southeast Asia getaway. Along with jet-skiing, the couple and their kids — Maddox, 14, Pax, Zahara, 10, Shiloh, 9, Vivienne and Knox, both 7 — also jumped off a yacht and swam in the ocean, the insider tells Us.
The fun didn't stop there. According to the source, the brood also enjoyed a round of mini golf, shopped at the local Phuket mall and visited a local Hindu temple, where their mom prayed.
The family started traveling earlier this month in Cambodia, where Maddox was born. Jolie, 40, is also filming her latest directorial project, First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, in Cambodia, but she took a brief respite from working on her Netflix project to explore other attractions in neighboring hot spots.
Prior to Thailand, the family wandered through key parts of Vietnam, which is Pax's birth country.
While in Vietnam, Jolie and her husband, 52, enjoyed some time away from the kids during a quiet kayaking trip and were photographed beaming as they checked out the caves. Local reports also claimed that the family stopped by Vietnam's Old Quarter in Hanoi, as well as several additional major tourist attractions. They left the locale on December 22 and spent their Christmas with Jolie's brother, James Haven.
At the season premiere of The Big Short last month, Pitt told Us Weekly that he was incredibly proud of his children, specifically Maddox, who has taken on small production roles in his parents' projects.
"I can’t describe a father’s pride," the actor told Us at the time. "I feel so much of it … there’s a lot of emotions. Maddox and all my kids are so warm and they take on more than anyone could understand, more than I could ever understand ... They absorb so much, and I love watching all my children grow and learn. And of course my wife is amazing, and I love watching her teach and grow with our kids as well, I really mean that."
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