Are Brad and Angelina moving back to the UK?

Chloe Best

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are set to relocate from Los Angeles to London this spring. The Hollywood couple will reportedly be moving across to the UK with their children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne in March, while Brad works on the sequel to his 2013 film World War Z.

The stars are still searching for the perfect residence to house their brood, and are reportedly interested in buying a property in order to have a permanent base in the capital.

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will reportedly relocate to London in March

"They want to buy, but have yet to find a place that suits their needs. Their wish list includes an underground drive-in entrance," a source told Us Weekly.

While Brad will be busy filming and producing the science fiction sequel in the UK, Angelina will reportedly focus on her humanitarian work.

The source explained: "She plans to focus on political projects dealing with the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe."

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The couple will temporarily live in the capital with their six children

It was reported in September that the A-List family were on the lookout for a new home in the UK, and the couple were said to be keen to be based in the village of Sonning, where their friends George and Amal Clooney own a £10million property.

According to The Sun, the village would be the ideal location for Brad to commute to work, while simultaneously offering Angelina and the children privacy away from London.

"Brad will need to be England in the New Year for his next movie at Pinewood Studios, just north of London," a source told the newspaper. "Sonning to Pinewood will be a breeze of a commute but means him, Angelina and the kids will still have the luxury of living out in the sticks."

They may want to hope the weather improves by the time they relocate; George and Amal's property was recently at risk of flooding after a surge in rainfall caused the Thames to burst its banks and flood into their garden.

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