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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt importing their stuff to France

Updated on May 10, 2008

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt importing their stuff to France

It seems that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are making long-term arrangements for their stay in France.

The couple is not only accompanied by their kids while they house-hunt in the country, they also keep their stuff in tow while they stay put at Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen's villa. According to a source close to the 'Mr and Mrs Smith' couple, the duo are importing little things, like clothes, toys, the Ducati, across the Atlantic, while they are staying at Allen's villa in Saint-Jean Cap-Ferrat on the French Riviera.

While the celebrity couple is looking for a house in nearby Monte Carlo they prefer staying there at least until the birth of their second biological child and fifth overall.Pitt and Jolie also took time off to go to Nice this weekend for visiting Bono and The Edge.

"Everything feels right. The kids are happy with the seaside being just down the road and having a pool in the garden, and Brad's dying to get out and explore the French countryside on his bike like he did last summer when they were vacationing in the West of France," E! Online quoted the source, as saying.

"They've just had one of the happiest weeks that they've had together as a family for ages," added the source. And what they cannot import via private jet, they are getting it shipped across the Atlantic to Allen's estate, including Pitt's Ducati motorbike.

"Taking the kids over for Sunday lunch and having a playdate with Bono's kids was so nice for them," said the source. The source added: "So many other celebrities have homes down there, too, so they fit right in. There's a whole cool, English-speaking community down there, so they have a balance of it being French and cultured, but also they can take the kids to a doctor and explain what's up with them in English if needs be."

"They've even been able to buy the kids favourite snacks in from a shop there that delivers American food and drinks to your home."


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