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It's not too early to think about Christmas if your last name is Jolie-Pitt! On Friday, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took their six children -- Maddox, 11, Pax, 8, Zahara, 7, Shiloh, 6, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 4 -- to a rural English post office to drop off their letters to Santa.
"It was so cute. All the children sent messages to Father Christmas and were absolutely beautifully behaved," a post office employee in Littlebourne, Kent told People. "Just like any other kids in a sweet shop they were excited, but Angelina controlled them perfectly...They were just a bunch of gorgeous, happy kids."
Hmm, sending Christmas letters implies that there's something that Brangelina's children don't have. We wonder what they asked for? Here are a few guesses...
Vivienne: Her own trailer. After being cast as young Sleeping Beauty in Jolie's new film Maleficent, we're guessing that Viv is poised to be the family's next big star. How long before she starts demanding the perks to go with it?
Shiloh: Diamond cufflinks. With her love of tomboy fashion and her dislike of Hollywood's glitz (she actually refused to appear in Maleficent with her siblings), we just can't see Shiloh putting on a flower-girl dress for Brad and Angie's wedding. So how about some bling to go with that tux?
Maddox: An iPod full of black metal albums. As the oldest child, Maddox is just entering his tween years -- and a teenage rebellion can't be far behind. We're not sure how one would rebel against a famously rebellious mom like Angelina, but some very loud, noisy music seems like a good place to start.
Zahara: A law school application. Pitt and Jolie have both said that their oldest girl can talk them into anything, so she's smart enough to leverage that skill as soon as possible. There's probably some French-speaking child law school they can enroll her in, right?
The Jolie-Pitt family has been staying in Kent while Pitt films the final scenes for World War Z (which has been shooting for more than a year now). The post office worker interviewed by People didn't know what was on the kids' Christmas lists, but she did have a recommendation for dinner. "The children bought a packet of sweets each, plus a few toys and some magazines, and we ended up having a general chat about how they all were and what they were going to eat that night," she told the magazine. "I suggested they pop over to the fish and chip shop across the road as it is a shame to come to England and not have some. I just hoped they liked them!"