With golden shoulder-length hair, a sophisticated black suit and aviator sunglasses, Knox Jolie-Pitt was the spitting image of his father as he, his parents and twin sister spent the day at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.
The four-year-old walked with his dad - also in black - looking like his mini-me, while mum Angelina held his twin Vivienne's hand behind. The foursome were rather dressed up for a trip down the educational halls of evolution and culture, but obviously Angie and Brad hoped to impart a love of learning to their kids on Valentine's Day. Unsurprisingly, the young twins favoured the dinosaur exhibition and rides with a source at the museum telling E! News: 'Brad at one point was overheard telling a staff member they wanted to come see the new Dinosaur Hall, and they definitely saw a 'Dinosaur Encounter' show."
The entertaining experience features a life-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex puppet, and the family enjoyed playing with fossils, looking through microscopes and solving a T. rex puzzle in the Dinosaur Hall's discovery centre. Just where the rest of the Jolie-Pitt clan were is anyone's guess, but the Hollywood couple apparently stood back at one point and let the kids play.
— Daily Mail
Klum and boyfriend cheer her kids at soccer match
Heidi Klum was soaking up the warm weather in Los Angeles last weekend.
The supermodel and mother-of-four was a breath of fresh air in a floral print maxi dress as she hung out at the park with boyfriend Martin Kristen to watch her children's soccer match. The 39-year-old beauty took advantage of the warming trend in weather by wearing a sleeveless, flowing frock and flat-heeled sandals. Heidi looked years younger with her long, loose hair falling around her face and her eyes covered by a glamorous pair of tinted sunglasses. The happy smile she wore signalled her happiness to be outdoors with the favourite people in her life, her four children, her mother Erna and her bodyguard-turned-boyfriend Kristen.The couple looked more in love than ever as they soaked up the sun along the sidelines watching Leni, eight, Henry, seven, Johan, six, and three-year-old Lou kick the ball around.
— Daily Mail