Brad Pitt Says His Kids Like That He and Angelina Jolie Are Married, Jokes Honeymoon Was “Dysfunctional”

Brad Pitt told Us Weekly that his kids like that he and their mother A
Brad Pitt told Us Weekly that his kids like that he and their mother Angelina Jolie are finally married. Paul Morigi/WireImage

Loving life after marriage! Brad Pitt told Us Weekly that his six kids are pleased that he and their mom, Angelina Jolie, are finally husband and wife. The actor updated Us on the latest happenings with the Brangelina brood at the Fury premiere in Washington, D.C., held Wednesday, Oct. 15.

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"They like it," Pitt told Us of his kids — Maddox, 13, Pax, 10, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 6 — of their parents' official marital status.

The actor, 50, and Jolie, 39, tied the knot this past August in a super-secret ceremony at their French estate, Chateau Miraval. "It was very much a family affair," their spokesperson told Us in the week following the intimate wedding, which included roles for each of their six children. Following their ceremony, the newlyweds immediately went to Malta — and got to work!

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Pitt joked to USA Today at the premiere that his honeymoon was "dysfunctional," as the A-list couple filmed their latest project together, By the Sea, also written and directed by Jolie. "Yeah, it was our choice," Pitt told the paper with a laugh. "It’s been fun. It’s been challenging, but really fun."

With the entire family filming on location in Malta, Pitt said they still plan to fete Halloween together as a family. "We’re overseas," Pitt told Us, "so we’re going to do something there for the kids."

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Along with Pitt's dysfunctional honeymoon was his equally dysfunctional band of brothers in the Fury cast. "We had a lot of fun," the actor told Us of filming with Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, and Michael Pena. "It was a lot like a dysfunctional family in there." He mused that there was no biggest troublemaker, saying: "We all took our shots."

Pitt added to USA Today of his costars: "They're wonderful boys. I would say I’m a better father because of my experience with those guys. They’re golden."

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