Pitt-Jolie brood enrol in Hungarian school

Pitt-Jolie brood enrol in Hungarian school

Angelina Jolie has enrolled her children at a school in Budapest.

The actress has taken her six kids - Maddox, nine, Pax, six, Zahara, five, Shiloh, four, and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne – with her to the Hungarian capital where she is working on her directorial film debut.

Angelina doesn’t want her older children to miss any school work so has found an “elite” education centre which they will attend for the duration of their stay.

A source told People: “Angelina has enlisted her children into an elite French-American school that they will attend from next week on. The school has a kindergarten, too, where Zahara and Shiloh will attend."

The 35-year-old star decided to take the kids with her because her partner Brad Pitt is in Boston shooting his latest movie ‘Moneyball’.

Angelina is keen for her multi-cultural family to experience all of the delights of Budapest and has been happily meeting the locals when she isn’t on set.

The source added: “She came over to everyone in the vicinity, shook everyone's hands and introduced herself, as if they didn't know who she was."

Angelina adopted Maddox from Cambodia, Pax from Vietnam and Zahara from Ethiopia, while Shiloh was born in Namibia and delivered twins Knox and Vivienne in Nice, France.

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