Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt “Have Each Other’s Backs”

Whether it’s on the red carpet, or at home, star couple Angelina Jolie, 35, and Brad Pitt, 46, have mastered the art of teamwork.

“Brad’s an extraordinary father,” Angie tells PEOPLE. “We have each other’s backs.”

Their co-parenting skills are certainly helpful when it comes to solving any disputes which may arise between their six children: “They can’t go behind one [parent] to the other,” she explains. “Not one of us is softer than the other.”

Angelina, whose latest film Salt opens this Friday, confesses that though she is fearless about doing her own stunts – “I happen to like heights, so we found moments where I can use that” – there is one thing that does have her scared: the thought of her children becoming teens!

“I break out in to a sweat at just the thought.”

Brad and Angie, who have been together since 2005, are parents to Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, Shiloh, 4, and 2-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

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  1. Athina

    What are these kids going to do for a living when they grow up….maybe humanitarians like their parents…nothing pays like acting though. You wouldn’t see them in a regular 9 to 5. I guess with that much money something can be found for them to do.

  2. Courtney

    Love these two.they get it…

  3. Anonymous

    I love this fam but despite their efforts I am almost positive Zee gets away with murder. I can just see her wrapping Brad around her figure….I love their united front anyways.

  4. Hanh

    I’m sure the kids will be fine. They will do whatever they want to do. There are plenty of celebrity children who don’t go into acting and have regular jobs. We just don’t hear about them because they’re not screwing up or doing something media worthy.

    Whatever they do, I”m sure they’ll do humanitarian causes because that’s what their parents have been introducing them to constantly.

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