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Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Take Their Brood To The Caribbean For The Holidays… With 12 Nannies In Tow

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Dec. 28 2012, Published 6:15 a.m. ET

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With two busy and successful careers and six children, it's not always easy to get in quality time with the family for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

That's why the A-listers have taken their brood to Turks and Caicos for the holidays and are using the lavish mansion of fashion designer Donna Karan.

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But it's apparently a huge entourage of people traveling with them including Brad's parents Jane and William Pitt, his brother Doug, sister Julie and their spouses and kids and the Jolie-Pitts have reportedly brought a ton of help with them - like, a ton!

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"A woman said she'd heard form a local that Brad and Ange were in town with two nannies per child. Count 'em, 12 nannies!" the source told the New York Post.

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Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne are enjoying the posh pad in Parrot Cay which has an infinity pool lined with black volcanic stone with 360-degree views and an outdoor screening room to watch their favorite movies.

"They are at Donna's house, without Donna, and have been loving the island because it is so secluded," the insider added. "Angelina's taken the kids to Karan's yoga spa. They've been running around the island with no care in the world, and relaxing." Sounds blissful!

Do you think 12 nannies is a bit excessive for six children?.. Let us know your thoughts below...

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