After what seems like an eternity of waiting, we finally have the cover photo of the much-anticapted November issue of W Magazine, featuring photos of the Jolie-Pitt family, snapped by Brad himself! The cover shows an amazing, beautiful picture of Angie breastfeeding one of the twins. I don’t want to get into legal trouble by posting the cover image myself, so here’s the link to it: Angie on W Cover. Angie also spoke more about her family, both to W and the German version of Vanity Fair. The mom of six shared that dealing with jet-lag isn’t easy even for them! “After the flight from Europe [to New York], we were all suffering a bit from jetlag,” Angie told the German version of Vanity Fair. She added, “Although we went to bed early, [the kids] were up at 4:30 a.m. goofing around.” Luckily for her, Brad stepped in! “Brad took care of things. He just said, ‘Go back to sleep, you have to work tomorrow’ and then went to the living room with the kids. He’s an amazing father: totally devoted.” Angie shared.
Angie also shared more about the twins. “When you look at them, it’s like they were made for each other,” Knox and Viv’s proud mother explained. “They smile at each other, sniff each other, touch each other. It’s just beautiful.” Angie went on to add that “”They already have completely different personalities. Knox is more the quiet one, very relaxed, while Viv is a little more aggressive and loud. It’s funny, Knox looks more like Brad and Viv more like me.”
The actress opened up even more to W, speaking in depth for the first time about how it was Brad who convinced her to have biological children. She shared:
“I think one of the life changing things that he did, one of many, is that I was absolutely never going to get pregnant. I never felt that it was the right thing to do. [But when I saw him with Maddox and Zahara,] I knew that he would never see them as different, and that gave me a certain peace.
I suppose I just looked at him and loved him and just felt open to [getting pregnant]. I suddenly wanted to. It’s one of those things you can’t explain. I wouldn’t trade that experience for the world. It taught me a lot about life, just the process of it, and now we have three other beautiful children that wouldn’t otherwise be here.”