Pitt jets to Italy for Radiohead

Hollywood actor Brad Pitt left his pregnant partner Angelina Jolie at home in France to jet to Italy to watch British rockers Radiohead with his pal Edward Norton.

The two actors - who met on the set of 1999 film 'Fight Club' - were spotted enjoying the concert in Milan, Italy on Wednesday evening.

The pair were joined by Pitt's friend Marianne Pearl, the woman played by Jolie in last year's 'A Mighty Heart'.

Pitt was photographed laughing and joking with his friends and showing them pictures of his children on his camera phone, according to People.com.

Pitt and Jolie have three adopted children, Maddox, six, Zahara, two, and Pax, four from Vietnam, as well as their biological two-year-old Shiloh. They are currently expecting twins.

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