Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Zahara Jolie-Pitt


Brangelina has left the building.

E! News has confirmed that Angelina Jolie and her ever-burgeoning brood left the Lenval hospital in Nice, France, early Saturday, a week after giving birth to twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline.

"Angelina left at 4 a.m. in a blacked-out ambulance," a source tells E! News. "And she's now back at Château Miraval with Brad, the kids, her brother, James Haven, and Bill and Jane Pitt, Brad's mom and dad."

The 33-year-old new mom had been hoping to depart the hospital via a helicopter from the roof, the source said, but the hospital only allows helicopter access on the roof in the event of a medical emergency.

"Angelina and her security decided that if she left in the middle of the night, then there would be less risk of them being followed by a huge group of paparazzi on motorbikes," the source said. "It was for her and the twins' safety."

The hospital released a statement on it's website early Saturday morning confirming that the Brangelina bunch had decamped.

"Mrs. Angelina Jolie left the clinic Santa Maria of Fondation Lenval early in the morning, on July 19," the message said. "The mother and her babies are doing very well.

"The general management of Lenval and Santa Maria want to thank the team for the attention and care they pay to the family, and those of the journalists around the hospital who did their best to respect their privacy."

The group checkout comes just two days after the hospital said Jolie would be sticking around for a little longer, saying new C-section moms typically remain on bed rest at the hospital for anywhere between 8 and 10 days.

Leave it to Jolie to be slightly ahead of the curve.

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