We’ve all been there, haven’t we? You get a little merry the night before Easter Monday, and wake up the next morning in need of two paracetamol, a bacon sandwich and - most crucially of all - the need to do absolutely nothing for the next 24 hours.
And then, you remember. Yesterday, you foolishly promised you’d go hardware shopping.
Bleary-eyed and foggy-minded, you drag yourself down the aisles, straining as you pass the usual suspects. Children running unattended. Smug couples picking out wallpaper for their new front room. And then, of course, a Hollywood A-lister.
At least, that was the case this bank holiday for shoppers in Chiswick, where none other than Brad Pitt was snapped at the local B&Q.
MailOnline has reported that he was out for the day with two of his children, with a witness reportedly telling the site: “He just looked like any other regular dad going about his Bank Holiday Monday. You’d never guess it was one of the most famous men in the world.”
This actually isn’t the first time that Brad has frequented a less-than-A-list location in the UK, where he is filming the follow-up to ‘World War Z’.
He’s previously been sighted ordering a takeaway at a Billericay branch of Wimpy, which, frankly, we didn’t even realise still existed, let alone was a favourite among the Hollywood elite.
Lest we forget, though, last year David and Brooklyn Beckham were snapped on their way out of a Gregg’s, while George Clooney recently enjoyed a treat at an independent sandwich shop in Edinburgh, which helps homeless people in the local area.