28 JANUARY 2009

They're only six months old, but Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline are already tiny jet setters. The babies flew with their parents and siblings this week into the Japanese capital, where Brad was due to promote his new film The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button.

It was the first time the new arrivals have been seen in public since Brad and his other half – who are both nominated for Oscars at next month's LA ceremony – introduced them exclusively in HELLO! last August.

Strapped to his father's chest for the walk through Narito airport, Knox wore a grey sweater and cap which matched those worn by Brad, making him look like a mini version of the hunky screen star. Meanwhile 33-year-old Angelina followed behind with Vivienne nestled in another sling and cosy in a white knitted jumpsuit.

While a brood of six may seem large by many parents' standards, the Changeling actress has revealed the couple are planning to adopt a seventh. And, she says the other children would be unperturbed by another addition to the family. "We have so many children they are not really stunned any more when (new) kids come home," she explained.

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The Changeling actress arrives in Tokyo with Vivienne, who has grown since she was last seen as a babe in arms when the couple introduced the twins in
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The whole family have made the trip to the Far East to promote Brad's new film The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button