Angelina Jolie


During her brief trip to London this week, you might say Angelina Jolie was treated like a queen.

A source exclusively tells E! News that when the Oscar winner made her way to breakfast on Thursday, she had a six-police motorbike envoy as she was taken in a car to Downing Street (10 Downing Street being the home of Prime Minister David Cameron, of course).

In fact, we were told it was a full-on affair, with traffic being stopped for Brad Pitt's significant other, much in the same way it would normally be done for, say, Her Majesty.

According to our source, Jolie loved every minute of it, adding that it was exciting and fun for her because she's never been given that kind of treatment in London before.

Later, the 38-year-old was photographed leaving her hotel for the airport to hop on a flight to Sarajevo.

On the previous night, Jolie stopped at the foreign office for a cocktail before meeting up with British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs William Hague for dinner.

Angelina Jolie, Cinemacon

Michael Buckner/Getty Images for CinemaCon

Earier in the week, Jolie was on hand at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, where she introduced footage from her second directorial effort, Unbroken.

Shortly thereafter, the filmmaker took five of her six children shopping at Bonanza Gifts. (Maddox apparently opted to sit this one out.)

"The kids bought a lot of cute toys, plush items and little cars," a rep for the store told E! News. "They were all in such a happy mood. The kids go nuts when they come here. They just get really excited. It's a fun store."

The rep added that the Jolie-Pitt clan spent about 45 minutes there, noting, "This is Angie's third time coming into Bonanza Gifts in the last three years. When she comes in she is really quiet, just interacting with her kids. She is such a normal mom. Her kids run up and show her what they like and she follows them around. It's just a normal shopping experience."

—Reporting by Melanie Bromley and Ruth O'Neill

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