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In May, Angelina Jolie spilled the beans on son Maddox's dating life, revealing that her 13-year-old has a girlfriend.
"He's dating, he's got a girlfriend," she told Entertainment Tonight of her eldest child, before revealing that she and hubby Brad Pitt both approve of their teen's ladylove.
And now, in typical sibling fashion, it seems that Maddox's brothers and sisters—including Shiloh, Vivienne, Pax, Zahara and Knox—are beginning to poke fun at their brother's romance.
Hey, their parents may be superstars, but the Jolie-Pitts are just regular kids!
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While speaking with the Unbroken star for Vanity Fair''s December issue, author Janine Di Giovanni was lucky enough to witness a sweet family moment, which occurred while Angie, along with her hubby and brood of six, were in London, where the humanitarian gave a moving speech at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
After dining out for sushi with her family, the author writes how Jolie returned to hotel to kick back and "eat tortilla chips which watching the World Cup on the telly."
"Her daughter Zahara wanders in and leans over, 'What honey?' Jolie asks her," the mag details. "With their faces pressed close together, Zahara shares a secret, prompting a laugh. Later, Jolie says in a mock-staged whisper, 'She said Mad and his girlfriend are kissing.'"
Oh, how they grow up so fast!
Earlier this year, Jolie and Pitt publicly gave their stamp of approval on Maddox's dating life.
"She's great," the proud mama shared with a smile of her son's girlfriend. "I won't embarrass him. She's lovely. She lives in England. She's very cool."
And while we remember the day when Angie introduced Maddox to the world (can you believe how much he's grown?!), it seems that the parents of six are smoothly treading through their son's teenage years.
"We go there [London] as often as possible. It's really, really sweet," she previously said of her son's long-distance relationship. "She's a great lady, so I'm lucky. So far, we're doing good."