By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Return customer: Angelina Jolie made a trip to the Paris Aquarium for the second day in a row today, taking along her son Knox this time
It seems Angelina Jolie has developed somewhat of a liking for the aquatic life as she returned for the second day in a row to the Paris Aquarium earlier today.
Or it could be that with six young children to care for the busy actress likes to stagger their trips to ensure all the kids get maximum mummy and me time.
Angelina visited the aquarium yesterday with her two oldest daughters, Shiloh and Zahara and her second oldest son, seven-year-old Pax.
And she came back again today, with her youngest son, two-year-old Knox.
Bundled up against the falling snow, Knox looked totally adorable with his grey fleece deerstalker hat pulled down low to keep his ears toasty warm.
Dressed in a little black coat, grey knitted sweater and black shoes, the boy looked the spitting image of his forty-five year-old father, Brad Pitt.
There was no sign of Knox's twin sister, Vivienne, but he wasn't travelling solo, choosing to take a large stuffed shark toy along to keep him company.
Angelina was dressed for comfort, in a black overcoat and flat black ballet shoes, although her thin bare legs must of been freezing cold in the plunging Parisian temperatures.
Chip off the block: Little blonde Knox looks the spitting image of his 45-year-old actor father, Brad Pitt
Winter wonderland: Knox was bundled up warmly against the freezing Parisian temperatures and appeared to be loving every minute of his time in the snow
But if the 35-year-old was bothered by the cold winter weather she didn't show it.
In fact she seemed to be loving every minute of her time outside, smiling and laughing, and even holding her hand out to catch some falling snowflakes.
During yesterday's trip, Shiloh proved that she has very definite ideas when it comes to style.
The four-and-a-half year old was showcasing her fun fashion sense, and giving a nod to her African roots, by wearing some cute zebra print boots.
Shiloh, who was born in Swakopmund, Namibia in Africa, paired her stylish footwear with a matching zebra print hoodie, which peeked out the top of her zipped-up leather jacket.
Mummy and me: Angelina seemed to also be enjoying the cold climes and even held out her hand at one point to catch some falling snowflakes
Meanwhile, little Zahara, who turns six in January, looked equally stylish in some black leggings tucked into black boots, a black puffa jacket and her hair pulled-up into cute bunches either side of her head.
The family are currently in France to support Brad as he promotes his new animated movie, Metroman.
On Monday night Brad, clad in leather trousers, walked the red carpet at the Paris premiere of the film, holding hands with Angelina.
The romance of the city seemed to be working it's magic on the couple, who despite dating for five years and being parents to six children, looked more in love than ever.
Upbeat: Angelina seemed to be in very fine spirits, laughing and smiling and clearly enjoying every minute of her bonding session with her youngest son
But despite their relationship going from strength to strength, and the couple's obvious love of children and family life, don't expect them to be adding to their brood any time soon.
In an interview recently Angelina ruled out adopting any more children in the future, explaining that she thinks it's important they concentrate on the children they already have.
Of their six children, three are adopted - Maddox from Vietnam, Pax from Cambodia and Zahara from Ethiopia, and three are biological - Shiloh and the twins, Knox and Vivienne.
Fun for all the family: Jolie visited the aquarium the day before with Shiloh, Zahara and Pax (not pictured)
And it's not just adopting that Angelina has nixed, she revealed that the couple have no plans to add any more biological children either.
'I think it’s very important to give our children the individual attention they need now before expanding the family’, she said.
In the meantime, Angelina is content to occupy any spare time she may have with the millions of children around the world that have been displaced by war, famine or natural disaster, explaining that she feels a special bond with them.
Out of Africa: Namibian-born Shiloh was totally rocking her zebra print boots and matching hoodie during her trip yesterday
'My children are from the countries that I work in,' she told Vogue magazine in a recent interview.
'I don't see my family as a global family. I don't see it separate. So when I look at my kids, and I wake up and hear something's happening in Pakistan, I think: It's Asians, and my children are from that part of the world.
'Those kids are very much like my kids. So I'm happy to be able to go.'
Best foot forward: Angelina has commented that Shiloh has 'Montenegro style' and that 'she likes to dress like a boy.... she wants to be a boy'
Still, Angelina's ban on growing their family any further may come as disappointing news to Brad, who in the past has said he wants enough children to create his own soccer team.
Shortly after the birth of Shiloh in 2006, the actor told the Daily Mirror:'I'm not joking around. I have three kids now and next year I will have six....Nine...
'We're looking for a soccer team. I want to compete in the next world cup.'
But perhaps the hands-on father has undergone a change of tune after being faced with the reality of actually parenting so many children of such a young age.
Whatever the case, his partner of five years has nothing but praise for Brad the man, and Brad the father.
Fun day out: Angelina and the kids obviously love visiting the Aquarium De Paris at the Trocadero in France
'I think he's an extremely sexy -- extremely handsome and the most sexy ... When I think about him, I just think of the man who's such a great friend and such an extraordinary father,' Angelina told Vogue.
'And that's when I fall, you know, when I have my moments of getting caught up in how much I love him ... it's usually when I see him with the children.'
And when it comes to their future, Angelina seems certain on one hing - where she would like them all to be located.
‘The truth is I’d love to live in Africa at some point,’ she says.
Proud parents: Angelina and her partner of five years, Brad Pitt were dazzling at the Paris premiere of Brad's new animated movie, Metroman on Monday night
Wednesday, 1 December 2010
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER