The Brangelina tribe: Pitt and Jolie lead their jet-setting brood through the airport as the eight-strong family arrive in Japan
It can be hard enough for most parents getting one or two children organised for a family holiday on the other side of the world.
So spare a thought for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie who have six children - all aged ten and under - to get packed, in the car, and on the plane in one piece.
But even with or without the help of a nanny or two, their family trip looked like it had been done with minimal fuss as the family jetted into Japan yesterday.
The gang: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and their six children - Zahara, Knox, Maddox, Shiloh, Pax and Vivienne - jet into Tokyo, Japan yesterday
Greeted by hundreds of cheering and waving fans, the children appeared unfazed by the attention, especially Pax, who gazed nonchalantly into the crowd as he walked holding hands with his mother.
Angelina had daughter Vivienne in her other hand, while Vivienne's twin Knox held on tight to father Brad and older sister Zahara.
Everyone hold hands now: The family stuck close as they made their way through Haneda International Airport
Say hi, Pax! But while Angelina smiles at the fans that had gathered at the airport to greet the family, her son apears unfazed by all the