Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have always been fond of the UK. So much so, that it looks like the A-list couple are now ready to bite the bullet and relocate their brood to London. Hollywood’s loss is our gain.
Just weeks since it was reported that the starry pair were interested in a £25 MILLION home in the central London after flipping their New Orleans pad for a tidy profit, fresh rumours of a relocation have emerged.
This time, the Jolie-Pitts are said to be considering setting up home in Sonning – a village 3 miles from Reading where George and Amal Clooney have a £10million pad.
Why? Aside from being BFFs with George, Brad's thought to be tempted by a short commute to Pinewood Studios where he'll be shooting a film early next year. Ange apparently fancies spending time in the countryside with the duo's brood.
While they have each spent time in the UK on various projects and have actually looked at homes here in the past, we reckon now is the perfect time for Brad and Ange to put down some roots here.
According to speculation, Angelina is the one spearheading the move as the relocation will allow her to be more involved with her UN role and personal charity work, which she usually has to juggle between the UK, Europe and the couple’s LA base. And you thought your commute was bad.
That aside, we can think of a few other very important reasons for the Jolie-Pitts to make the move to Blighty. And here they are:
1. There’s a pub on every corner. ‘Nuff said.
2. They could take their brood to visit their waxwork selves in Madame Tussauds.
3. Unprecedented access to the best reality TV on the planet. Big Brother. TOWIE. Made In Chelsea. The X Factor. You get the gist…
4. The fact that every day presents itself with the opportunity to show off your fanciest umbrella.
5. Three words: All. Night. Tube. (That one’s for all you Londoners out there). Because who wants to drive around LA in a Bentley anyway?
6. They’ll be near their new BFFs Kate Middleton and Prince William’s place, so arranging play-dates for their little ones should be a doddle
7. It’s the one place on earth that fish and chips is a dietary staple
8. Oh, and the glorious countryside is always a plus…
That ought to seal the deal.