As Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt‘s youngest children turn two today, fans are wondering whether this couple will be adding more to their brood. “There’s no plan at the moment for more, but we always talk about it,” Angie tells Good Morning America. “We’re always open.”
“We kind of joke about it, because in the morning, we’re so tired ‘cause nobody spends the night — we wake up and have breakfast and then we have help come in,” Angie says on whether six kids is enough to GMA on Monday. “And so we always have this thing first thing in the morning where we’re really really tired and we always look at each other and wonder, like, are we ever going to get sleep? But yeah, we still love the idea of having more children, so.”
For right now, Brad and Angie have their hands full with six and making breakfast can be quite the event.
“We take turns. He’s better at making eggs and bacon than I am. I try, but I think everybody prefers dad’s eggs and bacon. You know, we try to corral them,” Angie says. “We’ve had to put new gates up because the twins are going everywhere while we were trying to make breakfast and get the others out the door for camp. But now, we pride ourselves on the fact that we got it. We got this.”
Now they are pros!
“Yeah, we got it. You get the juice. We’re like bartenders. We’re like waiters,” she laughs. “You got shoes going on and somebody brushing their teeth and somebody put that down and stop screaming and no, you have to wear that jacket, I can’t find the pink one, please, just go out the door. But we still are able to do it because we manage to have a great laugh. We do it together and we find fun in it and because of that, it doesn’t matter if you don’t get sleep. It’s an honor to take care of them.”
But disciplining them is another story.
“Well, I think I’m better at disciplining the girls and he’s better at disciplining the boys,” Angie explains. “Because I think girls and daddy can just bat their eyes. And the boys, funnily enough, can kind of get me.”
As for whether mommy and daddy will be getting married, Angie says if the kids ask them to they will.
“I think it would be hard to say no to the kids,” she admits. “They’re not asking. They don’t seem to [care]. They’re very aware that nothing’s missing, so.”
Angie believes there is one life in life.
“He makes me feel that there is, yeah,” she confesses. “He’s of course the love of my life.”
And they plan on growing old together.
“Of course,” she states. “We wouldn’t have six children if we weren’t absolutely sure of that.”