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As Brad and Angelina's family grows, so does the paparazzi's interest. The Jolie-Pitt children have grown up with photographers around every corner. "Their idea of the world is when we get in the car, we're going out, that there's 20 or 30 people there standing with cameras," Brad says. "They want to take your picture—this is their idea of the world at large."

Brad says living in a fishbowl can be hard on his kids. "We try to explain to them, 'Yeah, these people are a little funny, they kind of like taking pictures and they're a little weird. But it's all right.' And our little one, Zahara, said, 'Actually, Daddy, it's not all right.' And it gets to them."

Sticking together is a big part of Brad's plan to keep the family balanced. "They have their friends, and we try to keep as much normalcy as we can. And do things together, do things as a family," he says. Since the twins have joined the family, Brad says he and Angelina are focusing on making sure each child knows they are no less important. "It's worked out really well," Brad says. "They're really sweet with them and loving. They take care of them, and they have a real pride in it. It's really nice to see; they're amazing."
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FROM: Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett
Published on November 19, 2008

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