We Want To Be Jolie-Pitt Kids

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The Jolie-Pitt clan out to see Mary Poppins on Broadway on Jan. 3. Credit: X17online


Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's six children are living a posh life.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are two of the most charitable stars in Hollywood. But for all their generosity toward humanitarian causes, they, like most parents, can't resist the urge to spoil their own kids. From crisscrossing the globe to diving into designer cupcakes, Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, Shiloh, 3, and 18-month old twins Knox and Viv are living the good life. Being a Jolie-Pitt sure has its perks.

PINT-SIZE PAMPERING AT THE SPA


Playgrounds? So childish. Little women Shiloh and Zahara spent the day relaxing at the luxurious Guerlain Spa at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in NYC on Jan. 2. While at the swanky spot, the sisters indulged in manicures - which can cost between $175 and $255. "Both girls got their nails painted like Spider-Man, with alternating red, blue and black polish," says an insider. "They stayed at the spa for over an hour."


TUCKING INTO TASTY SPECIAL-ORDER TREATS

The Jolie-Pitts are known for their love of Cheetos, but they ditched the salt for something sugary sweet on Jan. 10. Two days after Zahara's 5th birthday, Brad and Angie treated their brood to a collection of decadent confections from Crumbs Bake Shop in LA. "They ordered a large red velvet cake, cupcakes with sugar-cookie hearts on top and six dozen mini cupcakes," says an insider. Talk about a sugar high!

SITTING ON THE SIDELINES AT AN NFL PLAYOFF GAME


Maddox had the best seat in the Louisiana Superdome when the New Orleans Saints demolished the Arizona Cardinals, 45-14, on Jan. 16: right on the field! Doting dad Brad took his son onto the turf to meet Saints star (and Kim Kardashian's boyfriend) Reggie Bush, before they took their place next to actress Patricia Clarkson for the big game.

HIGH-TECH GADGETS INSTEAD OF BOARD GAMES

Angie braved the mall crowd with her four oldest children in tow to pick out an iPod Touch for Maddox at the Fashion Square Shopping Mall's Apple Store in Sherman Oaks, Calif., on Jan. 10. "Angelina was really attentive and smiled a lot," Apple employee Mark Jordan tells Life & Style. Mom was in such good spirits that she even made a detour into the Disney Store!

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