Jolie and Pitt with Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, Pax, Knox (and Maddox behind Dad) / StClair/Massie/Splash News
Educating the kids: “We tie their home-schooling to whatever location we're in — the culture, history. Everybody was born outside the U.S., so we also do family trips to their respective countries.” The kids are taught the language of their respective homelands. “My Cambodian isn't so sharp,” Pitt says.
On having more children: “The door's not closed.”
Committed carnivore: Pitt scoffs at reports he's a vegan. “Oh, man, I've got to have a steak! I'm trying to eat a little healthier, though, because me and pizza get along so well.”
What Pitt and Jolie tell the kids about being adopted: “Everything's on the table,” Pitt says. “We say, ‘Mommy and Daddy are so happy to have found you.' We talk about their time previously, so they can get their arms around it.”
Why he wants a big family: “I had a friend in college who had [seven siblings], and we'd go to his home over the weekends. I remember saying, ‘If I ever find the right partner, I'm going to do it big.' When Angie and I got together, I didn't see any reason to wait around.”
On giving back: Pitt donates millions to humanitarian causes. “Look, man, I hit the lottery. I've got a responsibility to spread that wealth.”