The couple and their six children were seen boarding a luxury yacht in Australia’s Sydney Harbor earlier this week, and the family of eight then spent several hours playing in the water and soaking up the sun.
E! News has since learned that Brad and Angie dropped some serious dollars in order to rent the large boat, named Ghost, which, according to the owner of SuperYachtFan.com, “costs around $100,000 per week to charter.”
Only the best for Shiloh, Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Vivienne and Knox, who were all seen playing on the high-end yacht’s front deck.
The yacht, “is owned by Anthony Bell, who is a famous Australian accountant, owner of Bell Partners,” the source tells E! News. “He is known as the ‘celebrity accountant,’ his clients include actors, sports stars and TV personalities.”
The insider added that “Bell has an estimated net worth of $100 million.”
And, according to the source, this isn’t the first time Pitt has set foot on the extravagant boat.
“Brad Pitt has used this yacht earlier this year in June when he was on board Ghost with his son Pax,” the source said.
The proud papa was seen smiling from ear to ear as he snapped pics of his wife and six children. The 49-year-old star has been in England and the United States working on several projects, including his own World War II film Fury, but flew across the globe to see his loved ones for a few short days (so sweet!).
Meanwhile, Angie has been hard at work Down Under, where she’s currently directing her upcoming film, Unbroken.
After the fun-filled day with her family—which also included a trip to the Sydney Zoo—the Oscar-winning actress was spotted back on set today, where she received a visit from her 12-year-old son Maddox.
Unbroken tells the true story of former Olympian and real-life World War II hero Louis Zamperini, who, as an Air Force pilot, crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 1943. He was subsequently taken captive by Japanese soldiers and survived harsh circumstances before being saved by U.S. forces at the end of the war.Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!
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