Brad Pitt, Pax Thien

Life continues to be a beach for the Brangelina brood in the French Riviera.

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their Benetton-friendly family made nice in Nice Sunday, spending an hour soaking up the surf.

The gang was all there for the fun in the sun, with Maddox, Pax, Zahara and even the increasingly hermetic Shiloh present and accounted for. The fam logged sand time with U2 guitarist The Edge and later visited Bono—both rockers have homesteads in the area.

Jolie and Pitt are shacked up in France awaiting the Cannes Film Festival and a new stork delivery, staying at a home owned by billionaire Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen.

"The Edge knows Paul Allen really well and invited the family down for lunch," a source close to the couple told E! News. "It was a lovely sunny day and so they all went and hung out on the beach like regular people."

"Pax was obsessed with catching crabs and that's what Pax, Brad and some local kids did while Angie spoke to The Edge."

The beach excursion capped off an otherwise busy weekend. Earlier, Pitt, Jolie and Zahara took to the skies for a house-hunting helicopter ride, spending several hours in Monte Carlo Saturday viewing a large property.

"They have heard that in Monaco they don't really allow paparazzi and that the Monegasque police arrest them [photographers] if they bother celebrities," the insider told E! News. "So they've started looking over there.

"Brad loves it there—he went to the Grand Prix in Monaco four years ago, and has told Maddox and Pax how great it was, but Angie seems to prefer Provence...the idea of being able to vacation in peace like any other family really appeals to them."

Jolie is considering delivering at Monaco's Princess Grace Hospital.

"The hospital is one of the best in the world, and she can fly there by helicopter. It's safe and no paps will be able to trail them there."

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