They're a familiar sight in nearly every pocket of the world -- Croatia, Namibia, Ethiopia, south of France -- but now the Jolie-Pitt clan have arrived in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt brought son Pax to his native country of Vietnam for the first time since he was adopted by Angelina in 2007. According to the Daily Mail, the seven-year-old boy, who was abandoned shortly after his birth and eventually placed in an orphanage in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, lunched at a traditional Vietnamese restaurant with his parents and will tour the country in order to get back in touch with his native roots. Though Angelina maintains citizenship in nearby Cambodia and her charity Maddox Jolie-Pitt Foundation works closely with the orphanages in the country, it is unclear whether the family will make a visit to Pax's orphanage there on this leg of the trip.
The big family arrived in Ho Chi Minh City today after a quick stop in Japan, where Brad was promoting his baseball drama "Moneyball" and the family was seen bustling in and out of the Haneda International Airport. The couple have three adopted children, from Ethiopia, Cambodia and Vietnam, and three biological children.
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