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Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: Christmas in Namibia!

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: Christmas in Namibia!

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt do some Christmas shopping at a mall on Thursday (December 23) in Windhoek, Namibia.

The 35-year-old actress left the store with Brad, 47, while pushing a cart full of toys.

Last week, Angie said the couple planned to “travel with the kids and go to a random part in the world.” Now we know where exactly they went!

Namibia is a special place for the Jolie-Pitts. Daughter Shiloh was born in the African country four years ago in the seaside town of Swakopmund.

FYI: Inside BP and AJ’s shopping cart is the Mudslinger Ford F150 Remote Controlled Monster Truck.

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  1. 51
    angierocks Says:

    I agree Brad Hot Dam n!Agie is glowing!

  2. 52
    Kristin Says:

    Brad looks really good in this picture, really sexy.

  3. 53
    ccc Says:

    Have a good Christmas, all you JP fans. I can’t blog b/c my school work was not up to my father’s expectation. My brothers keep me informed on JPs. They know I like the family. Bless you all.

  4. 54
    Vanegasta Jose Says:

    Its a best couple in the universe.

  5. 55
    Media Wh@re MANiston Says:

    The trolls are losing their S.H.I.T. again. I love it.

    Wish all the Jolie Pitt a wonderful Holiday Season!!!!

  6. 56
    lurker aka angel Says:

    crdt meems jjb happy x mass fans brad and angie look so happy

    Here is an interesting tidbit.

    AS SANTA rides across America with toys on a sleigh, Bono is dropping into Africa on a bush plane bearing gifts from Louis Vuitton. This charity stunt is a little rich — in the literal sense.

    In a current ad campaign, Bono and wife Ali Hewson disembark from their plane carrying a new Vuitton bag and wearing clothing for their African fashion house. Proclaiming that “every journey began in Africa,’’ the ad says proceeds from sales of this bag and Bono’s and Newson’s “fee’’ go to an Ugandan cotton conservation initiative.

    The ad is bizarre on its face. It is not easy to link Africa’s salvation to the world’s largest luxury-goods company and its universe of conspicuous consumption. But then, this is the same Bono who hobnobs with world leaders in the name of Africa’s poor, but occupies a poor rung in the realm of celebrity charity. The New York Post this year reported that his ONE awareness campaign for Africa raised $15 million in donations, but distributed only $185,000 to three charities while spending more than $8 million on executive and employee salaries.

    The nonprofit’s explanation, expressed in the British press by ONE spokesman Oliver Buston, was, ’’We don’t provide aid programs on the ground. We are an advocacy and campaigning organization.’’

    Sorry, but far more important are organizations that deliver money to programs on the ground. In this season of high giving, it can be maddening to try to figure out whether the money going to charitable organizations is really helping people in need.

    On the local scene, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley last week issued a report that found that of $329 million raised last year by professional fund-raisers, only 43 percent of those funds made it to the actual charity. Coakley urged people to ask solicitors how much of the money is going to charities, and which ones, so that givers’ generosity will not be “diluted.’’

    Dilution can come in other forms. Consider the fabled September car accident of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. He was driving a $97,000 Audi that was a perk for laudable involvement with the Best Buddies International charity, which assists the learning-disabled. The accident became an instant symbol of clubhouse charity, where elites convince themselves they must lavish luxury upon one another in order to assist the unfortunate.

    In light of those examples, it is all the more important to praise those who put money where you think it’s going.

    In Massachusetts, the organizations that raised at least $10,000 through professional fund-raisers and received an average of least 80 cents of each dollar from all programs in Coakley’s report included AmeriCares, ChildFund International, the Christian Appalachian Project, UNICEF, Food and Water Watch, and Lutheran World Relief. The first four groups also have excellent efficiency ratings in’s annual list of America’s 200 biggest charities.

    Meanwhile, many celebrity charities are far more than mere bullhorns for superstars. You can start with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. According to a analysis of their 2008 tax return, the couple, with causes ranging from Haitian earthquake relief to Hurricane Katrina restoration and from Ethiopian health care to refugee protection, gave out $6.4 million, with overhead of only around $288,000, or 4.5 percent. claps1 Other celebrity foundations with overhead of 5 percent or less according to Forbes carry names as varied as Celine Dion, Ron Howard, Stephen King, Bette Midler, David Letterman, Alec Baldwin, and Martha Stewart.

    Last month, the New York Times described Pitt, Jolie, and actors such as Cambridge Rindge and Latin’s own Matt Damon and Ben Affleck as members of a new “Brat Pack’’ who are going beyond telethons, honorary board memberships, and galas to “become experts on the issues they care about.’’ At Christmastime, it’s refreshing to hear about brats like these, rather than loudmouths dropping Louis Vuitton bags into Africa.

  7. 57
    afan Says:

    They are glowing. The toys is probably for other kids. I read somewhere Angie said she already done x-max shoping and make everything ready to go.

  8. 58
    HCE Says:

    Love them!!

  9. 59
    thelookoflove1365 Says:

    Merry Christmas to all the JP fans. I wish you all GOOD health, wealth, and happiness this holiday.
    Special shout out to neleh for always including me in her roll call.
    I hope the JPs are having a very merry christmas.

  10. 60
    gracie Says:


    Total Lifetime Grosses Domestic: $35,463,000 61.0%

    + Foreign: $22,717,724 39.0%


    = Worldwide: $58,180,724

  11. 61
    chat noir Says:

    Merry Christmas to JP family and all of you!

  12. 62
    vee Says:

    Merry Christmas, Jolie-Pitt fans! I hope the holiday is bright for everyone. Thanks for sharing, Jared–Angie, Brad, and the six little ones always bring joy!

  13. 63
    GO Says:


    Hmn I can’t get it, is that good score?

  14. 64
    bermygirl Says:

    Happy Holidays to all Jolie Pitt fans. Have a wonderful time with your loved ones.

    The Jolie Pitts continue to entertain, intrigue and inspire us with their talent, love and compassion. Two people fell for each other and took a chance for love and now eight people are encompassed and bound together by that love. A great family.

  15. 65
    dark angel Says:

    Trolls, please give a rest at least a day. This day should be filled with happiness and positivity. Can’t you feel the love flowing inside you?

  16. 66
    trt Says:

    A very Merry Christmas to all the JP fans!!!!!!

  17. 67
    andrea Says:

    Love them together! Wow, Brad is looking good! Angie, too!

  18. 68
    aseret64 Says:

    Merry Christmas to all the JP fans around the world. The Jolie-Pitts are having a Christmas blasts in Namibia. I can imagine the JP kids are so happy and excited opening their xmas gifts. I read that they are celebrating their New Year with Brad’s parents. How sweet! Well, sorry haters, Im just so full of love in my heart right now so I will just ignore all of you.

  19. 69
    LYNN Says:

    Merry Christmas to the Jolie/Pitt and family. I hope you are enjoying your holiday and getting plenty of rest. You two have had a very blessed year and I am looking foward to you two having an even better ones in the future. I also want to wish the smartest, the most beautiful, the most intelligent, so very clever and the quickest to give out the correct info on Angie and not allow the enemy to rule these threads with all the lies. The J/P fans have said all along that you have a right to hate on whomever, but the lies will be challenged. You will be shown where you are lying right on this computer, where we all will know what the truth is.. Love you guys. Merry Christmas all J/P fans.

  20. 70
    LYNN Says:

    I do not believe Jennifer Aniston at all. I think she knew Chelsa was going to go forming at the mouth on Angie. My girlfriend and I said why is she going off like that. She is acting like Brad left her ugly a**

  21. 71

    @teri: DUH! They brought the paps with them. How many paps do you think hang out in Nambia anyway? Get a clue! Angie needs publicity right now. She’s desperate for it. Sucking up to Ryan Seacrest proved it.

  22. 72

    @hongkong fan: Truth!

  23. 73
    Can't run from BO tank Says:

    Elephant in the room.

  24. 74
    Andamentothat Says:

    Merry Christmas!!! Greetings to all fans!
    Let’s enjoy these beautiful pics and go
    support The Tourist !!

  25. 75
    Slig^_^ cute Says:

    Merry x-mas to you all

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