Celebrity sighting of Angelina Jolie and six kids landing at airport in New Orleans –
Angelina Jolie is the green celebrity mom to admire, juggling career, romance with actor Brad Pitt, and six celebrity kids. Pop Sugar reports the jet setting wonder woman is back in New Orleans again, having touched down May 19, 2011 with all her youngsters.
The celebrity gossip website POP SUGAR (via Huffington Post) shares:
Angelina Jolie had her hands full as she touched down in New Orleans with her six kids today.
Pax held onto his briefcase while Maddox sported his Saints jersey and led the way for Zahara.
Shiloh ducked into the awaiting car quickly and Vivienne got a ride in Angelina’s arms.
The family are in Louisiana to join Brad Pitt, who has been in the city shooting Coogan’s Trade.
Brad has been working night and day on his new movie as Angelina has been tending to her philanthropic duties before bringing the crew to meet up with him in their Louisiana home.
Jolie and Pitt have been home owners of a private residence located in the French Quarter of NOLA for several years now, and the family are huge New Orleans Saints football fans.
In addition to showing moms nationwide that it is possible to travel the world in style with small children, Angelina Jolie has also done something even more important during her time away from Hollywood.
The celebrity actress acts as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations, advocating on behalf of refugees and impoverished people in third world countries worldwide.
Her romantic partner Brad Pitt also spend his time and money donating to projects that develop sustainable architecture. He has founded an organization called Make It Right NOLA that has been helping to rebuild New Orleans after the city and surrounding area were ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.
The two have also donated time and money to Help Haiti, a project spearheaded by good friend George Clooney.
The celebrity couple are expected to donate heavily to assist the country of Japan, recently devastated by earthquake, Tsunami wave flooding, and nuclear reactor disasters.