Saturday, November 8, 2008

Brad is Perfect. Angelina is Perfect. Shiloh is Perfect. The End.

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Taraji P. Hensen and some guy who's in her movie.

Do NOT look directly at all this beauty.It's just TOO MUCH.

People Magazine writes:

Taraji P. Henson may be playing Brad Pitt's mother in their upcoming film, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, but it is "Brad and Angie" who have the "parenting thing mapped out," she says. "There are some parents who are meant to be parents of multiple [children]. They were chosen," Henson told PEOPLE at Sean 'Diddy' Combs' birthday bash and Barack Obama victory party sponsored by Ciroc Vodka on Wednesday night. "We all know that he is an incredible artist, but he really is a great person and a great father," Henson adds of Pitt, who is dad to six kids with Angelina Jolie. The Jolie-Pitts "spend one-on-one time with each child everyday," says Henson. "[Brad] would bring a different child to the set every day and spend all day with that one child. I never saw a nanny. It was always him, Angelina, or his parents." So, what happened when Angelina first visited the set? "She had Shiloh, and [Brad] grabbed my hand and was like, 'Taraji Taraji, come over here and meet Angie. Come and meet Angie,'" she recounts. "He was dragging me and I [thought], 'These are the coolest, most real and most down-to-earth people.' "

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button hits theatres Christmas day.

They are so stunningly perfect, I can't stand to look at them.

I love that Shi doesn't have a rigid haircut (like someone ELSE we know). Just cute little blonde, wispy, normal hair. Oh, and Shiloh doesn't have stinky feet. (See her socks? Mum knows how to properly dress and take care of a toddler.)

2 comments:

Annette said...

Did you know that whilst living in France the Jolie-Pitt family were entitled to 1750 euros a month child allowance(2225 dollars). It's given to everyone whatever the income - pretty ridiculous French idea. They could have spent it on getting 'how to walk on your own' lessons for the kids. I think Zahara will be 25 years old and weigh 130lbs and Angie will still be lugging her about like a bag of kibble.

DivaJulia said...

At least Shiloh will have good grooming--unlike a little Scientolotoddler who has stinky feet while she's being carried around at age 25.

(Hear that? That sound is me beating that dead horse again.)