No one ever said having six kids under 10 would be easy, but even with all their help, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt seem to have lost control of their brood. Pals of the T’Town couple have revealed that the household is a “zoo”, with Maddox, 10; Pax, eight; Zahara, seven; Shiloh, five; and Knox and Vivienne, both three; all on the verge of going off the rails. Apparently the kids’ weakness for junk food has them on a constant sugar-high, where violent tantrums reign and screaming fights happen on a daily basis. “There’s not much any of us can do but sit and watch,” a friend admitted to a US tabloid. “The kids are all goofed up on sugar, and after Shiloh has five cookies in a row and Maddox downs his third orange Fanta, it’s crazy hour. That’s what we call it: Crazy Hour.”
Although Brangelina clearly watch their waistlines, their rugrats are allegedly allowed to eat what they want. Some even suspect that Ange’s so strict with her own food intake, watching the kids over-indulge helps satisfy her own cravings.
And the Jolie-Pitts aren’t the only kids whose pampered lives have apparently led them to run riot. Recent photos of Suri Cruz seem to confirm what we’ve long suspected – her spoilt behaviour is pushing mum Katie Holmes to the brink of despair!
The most papped kid on the planet, she was bound to be caught acting-up, but Suri’s obnoxious ways appear to be escalating. The five-year-old was out to dinner with her mum last week at NYC hotspot ABC Kitchen and was not shy in showing how she felt about it. Not only was she pulling angry faces but she had her fists up and was pretending to fight Katie, who’s usually snapped laughing at her daughter’s antics, but this time remained sombre. The next day, the former Dawson’s Creek actress was spotted looking drawn and weary and she clearly hadn’t even the energy to dry her wet hair!
We can’t say we blame Suri. While other celeb kids are snapped at the playground, hanging out with friends, this little mite is regularly pictured out till late at swanky restaurants with her parents. We recommend some earlier bed times!