Following the announcement of their engagement, Hollywood glamour couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are reportedly set to move to the UK. It seems Jolie has three projects lined up in Britain; therefore the family is shifting for the short-term, according to the Belfast Telegraph.
The actress will begin filming "Maleficent" next month before joining her fiancée in Ridley Scott's "The Counselor" and then working with Danny Boyle on an as yet unnamed project.
"They loved it when they were in the UK last year. They like the culture and are happy for their children to receive schooling here. They think Richmond is a beautiful part of the world. Angelina starts work on her next film, Maleficent, in about three weeks so Brad will look after their brood over summer as he won't start work on the Ridley Scott film until September," a source told The Sun.
Meanwhile the couple is happy about their engagement, which came about because of pressure from their six children - Maddox, 10; Pax, 8; Zahara, 7; Shiloh, 5; and twins Knox and Viv, 3.
Incidentally, it has been seven years since Jolie, 36, and Pitt, 48, first came together; back on the sets of "Mr and Mrs Smith".
"No date has been set yet but they'll probably go back to their home in France to get married," an insider told the Belfast Telegraph. An interesting bit of news is that Pitt's former wife, actress Jennifer Aniston, might attend the wedding.
"Marriage is something that says 'we're a family' in a way that nothing else can ... No one has to deny that for themselves or their family to prove they are an ally and supporter of equality," the couple told TMZ.
"We congratulate them on their engagement and thank them for continuing to speak out about the inequality that so many gay and lesbian couples face today," GLAAD Spokesman Rich Ferraro said in an e-mail to the Business Mirror.
Pitt proposed to Jolie on 13 April with a diamond ring that cost approximately £150,000.