A pal of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have said the pair raise their kids with strong 'rules' and consequences for misdemeanours.
The source, speaking to People magazine, said the Pitt-Jolie household - which is made up of Brad and Angelina and their six children Maddox, nine, Pax, seven, six-year-old Zahara, Shiloh, four and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne - mainly gets along.
'[They] are both good with rules, and there are definitely consequences, like time-outs, for bad behaviour,' the unnamed friend said. 'But for the most part the kids all get along.'
'The family live in a way that can best be described as organised chaos,' the pal added. 'Of course it's wild when all the kids are there, and evening tends to be a bit chaotic with dinner and bedtime.'
Hmmm, surely Brad and Angie's fat Hollywood pay cheques go someway to easing the chaos with an army of staff though?
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