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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Take Time From Buying Islands to Fly Economy

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 08, 2015

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Take Time From Buying Islands to Fly Economy

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, two of the most famous people on the face of this extremely populated planet, are not above flying economy class.

The Daily Mail’s Lucy Mapstone spotted photographic evidence that even those who adorn billboards across the world have to sometimes contend with cramped spaces and tiny overhead compartments that roughly fit the entirety of a backpack.

Now don’t worry too much about the good family Brangelina, because the report states the clan took economy class on the second leg of their trip from Los Angeles to Nice, France.

Mapstone explains the couple made the switch in comfort in Paris: “It was on the second leg of their journey that the Jolie-Pitts were seen blending in with their fellow passengers on the aircraft.”

The trip included the celebrities’ six children who are along for the trip to the French Riviera, which isn’t exactly a penny-pinching kind of vacation.

In May, Entertainment Tonight reported on the couple’s latest endeavor, which is far from the picture of warmth and togetherness:

“By The Sea” premieres on Nov. 13 and marks the first time in ten years the two have featured in a film together.

In other apropos news, the two plan to make it rain in the real estate market, potentially buying an entire island.

The Washington Post reports on a possible acquisition of a reported 43 acres of property: “The couple, who have six children, Maddox, 13, Pax, 11, Zahara, 10, Shiloh, nine, and twins Knox and Vivienne, six, are reportedly thinking about splashing out $4.7 million on the entire island of Gaia so they can enjoy more private holidays together.”

While the two have a day job that includes red-carpet celebrations and the kind of money that makes island purchases a possibility, rest assured that economy-class adventures are still very much in the cards.

Though we imagine knowing that you have an oasis all to yourself alleviates all those leg cramps.  


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