Zahara Jolie-Pitt was spotted with the entire clan of Pitts sans Brad Pitt; Daddy Pitt was busy filming “Tree Of Life”. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have four kids in all:Maddox,Pax,Shiloh and Zahara and there is a fifth child on the way!
ANGELLINA’S BIOLOGICAL DAUGHTER SEEMS TO BE NEGLECTED BY HER. SHE APPEARS TO BE LOVING ZAHAARA MORE SO. I DO NOT REALLY KNOW. COULD SOMEONE TELL ME IF IT IS JUST ME.
Your not alone, I’ve also picked up on same vibe. I was also thinking in the public eye they might not want it to look like it’s the other way around. Like they’re neglecting the adopted children.
WHERE ARE THOSE DARN TWINS??
These kids are always eating junkfood
Y with all the money in the world do the kids still look poor?….
everyone deserves a home but why cant madonna make an attempt to adopt a american white child this time?
MUCH PROPS to her for taking them from horrid conditions and giving them a real chance at life.’
ive always appreciated the jolie-pitts and their effort. but i heard they are getting divorce.what a shame for the kids if true.the adopted ones especially, who come from conservative cultures.even those residing in the u.s. david banda is also in a broken home now. yet madonna is trying to adopt again. why can’t she adopt from home?
And look they eat regular snacks like regular kids! I LOVE ANGELINA!!
OMG !!! They are so cute! And their parents too of course ! Such a happy familly
I love Angelina and Brad! They are such HANDS ON parents. Her kids may be of different race but she has a genuine love for them. MUCH PROPS to her for taking them from horrid conditions and giving them a real chance at life.
Aww, why the long face cutie?
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