April 2, 2013

Brad Pitt teaches Knox how to drive while son's Maddox and Pax ride small motorbikes on the beach

With Brad firmly in control he let Knox do a little steering as they raced along the beach
Brad Pitt is a self confessed petrol head and it seems his children have inherited his high octane taste for speed too.

The father-of-six showed his large brood how to burn rubber as the group spent some time having fun on Easter Sunday.

Brad, 49, was the leader of the pack as he sat behind the wheel of a four-seater all-terrain vehicle in Santa Barbara and took it for a spin on the beach.

Four-year-old Knox may be too young to get his own driving license but that didn't stop him learning the ropes from his famous father as he sat with his hands on the steering wheel.

Knox took pride of place on Brad's lap as the two cruised up and down the beach enjoying the bonding time in the amber coloured vehicle.

While the Mr And Mrs Smith actor was giving some one on one tuition to one of his twins, his other boys were doing alright by themselves
Brad looked as cool as ever in a black shirt and sunglasses with his long hair tied back in a ponytail.

While the Mr And Mrs Smith actor was giving some one on one tuition to one of his twins, his other boys were doing alright by themselves.

Maddox, 11, and Pax, eight, were obviously born to be wild as they made their own little biker gang.

The two brothers took their motocross bikes for a ride as Brad and Knox chose the slightly more comfortable choice of transportation.

It was safety first for the clan, however, as Brad wore a seat belt and his two eldest boys both had on helmets.

As the boys played with their toys sisters Shiloh and Zahara were content simply with hanging out on the sand and entertaining themselves with their imagination.

Brad's children have clearly inherited his love of fast motors
Brad was on daddy duty as there was no sign of Angelina Jolie, who had recently returned from her mission in Rwanda.

Jolie was in a reflective mood as she lay wreaths at the Gisozi genocide memorial in the Rwandan capital of Kigali last week.

The 37-year-old star joined UK Foreign Secretary William Hague in her capacity as UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador.

The ceremony took place close to the 19th anniversary of the country's 1994 genocide in which an estimated 800,000 victims died as a result of tribal violence between Hutus and Tutsis.

After returning from her UN mission in Rwanda, Angelina Jolie was seen out on Sunday afternoon with her children
'This visit is about hearing first hand from people who have endured rape and sexual violence during the conflict in the eastern DRC,' Angelina said.

'We want to learn the lessons that their experience holds for how the world can protect thousands of women, men and children at risk of rape in many other conflict zones.

'And we want to persuade governments around the world to give this issue the attention it deserves.










Brad was on daddy duty as there was no sign of Angelina Jolie, who had recently returned from her mission in Uganda


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