When it comes to raising their six children — Maddox, 9, Pax, 7, Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 4, and 2-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne — Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have no qualms about spending a lot of money. According to In Touch magazine, “they spend about $10 million a year on the kids.”
Every month, the famous couple spends a lot of money on child care, travel, and meals to look after their six children.
In comparison to other parents, Jolie and Pitt do not spend lavishly on their children. They are said to pay out at the same rate as 65 percent of Americans. And two times as much as the top income group in the United States, on 3x as many kids.
Let’s give Brangelina some credit when you realize that there are six brains to educate, six mouths to feed, six bodies to clothe and travel across the world, and so on. Of course, in an obnoxious, over-the-top manner.
Each year, Brangelina’s money is said to go to the following places:
Brad and Angelina spend almost $5 million on private travel, not counting the expense of first-class tickets, in order to travel with their family.
Clothing costs $96,000! “They donate millions a year to charity, so that’s how they justify spending so much on their kids,” an insider claims.
In the meanwhile, feeding Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, four, and twins Knox and Vivienne, two, costs about $36,000 (£22,000).
Birthday celebrations. For Pax’s 7th birthday, Brad and Angie spent $7,000 on a private boat excursion. They’ve also leased out a zoo for a special occasion.
It can cost up to $900,000 (£541,000) to hire a nanny for each of them.
‘They spend more than a million dollars on private tutors who travel around the world with them,’ a source told the US magazine In Touch.
‘They [even] once spent $500,000 (£301,000) for one stay at the Waldorf [Astoria hotel in New York].”
Brad and Angelina often rent private SUVs for their children for the day for $600.
The revelation comes only days after the pair disclosed they were looking for a new babysitter.
The couple are reportedly willing to offer the lucky candidate a salary of £90,000 per year.