Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their six kids recently showed that they’re just like any other ordinary family. They flew coach class while heading from Paris to Nice on Saturday.
The famous couple were photographed finding their seats alongside their children in the economy section of a French airline, reported Hello!. The "Maleficent" actress was helping the children find their seats while Pitt stashed the family’s carry-on luggage into overhead compartments with help from 11-year-old Pax, the couple’s second child. The famous Hollywood family kicked off their trip in Los Angeles, where they were seen waiting to board a flight to Paris at Los Angeles International Airport. Upon arriving in the French capital, the family endured a two-hour wait at Charles de Gaulle Airport, before boarding the domestic flight to Nice -- alongside fellow passengers at the economy section.
Nice is a special place for the husband and wife dubbed "Brangelina." The couple has a home at Chateau Miraval in Provence near Nice, the place where they welcomed their twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline, in July 2008.
Chateau Miraval was also where Brangelina, after nine years of dating, were married in an intimate ceremony with family and friends last year. People reported in September 2014 that the six children wrote their parents' wedding vows and even participated in the ceremony. Jolie walked down the aisle on the arms of eldest sons Maddox and Pax, while Zahara and Vivienne threw petals gathered from the garden. The couple’s wedding bands, designed by longtime friend and jeweler Robert Procop, were carried by ring bearers Shiloh and Knox.
Meanwhile, Pitt will soon wow fans via a Netflix movie. According to ComingSoon, the actor is set to play the lead role in David Michôd’s satirical comedy titled "War Machine." Pitt even shared his excitement over the project, saying, “We are so excited to be a part of the inspiring commitment by Netflix to produce cutting-edge content and to deliver it to a global audience.” "War Machine" will premiere in 2016.