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The Jolie-Pitt Kids Have Made New Friends At School: 'They Study & Play With Their Classmates' In Budapest!

Fri, October 15, 2010 4:24pm EDT by 1 Comment

It’s about time! The Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s kids needed some real interaction with children their own age!

What good news! Four of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt‘s kids — Maddox, 9, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, and 4-year-old Shilohwho are attending a new school in Budapest are making new friends! “The Jolie-Pitt kids have managed to get along with their classmates ever since they arrived,” a source tells Hungarian website “They study, play and have lunch together with their classmates!” This is good to hear, because most of the time the only kids that the Jolie-Pitts have to play with are their siblings!

Angelina Jolie takes her kids to their first day of school in Budapest!

Besides actually making friends (which has been hard to do as the kids and their parents live such a nomadic life), brad and Angelina’s kids are learning a third language — Hungarian (the kids already know English and French). “They also participate in the following special classes: discovering Hungarian history, Hungarian folk dance, arts and crafts, land art and karate,” the source says.

Brangelina’s twins already speak French!

As we previously reported, the Jolie-Pitts’ new school, Lycée Français de Budapest Gustave Eiffel is a French-based international educational institute where the majority of classes are taught in French. And while Angie and Brad’s youngest kids — 2-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox — aren’t attending, they already speak French, thanks to their nannies.

A day in the life of Shiloh Jolie-Pitt at her new preschool in Budapest!

Also, despite the rumors, Brad and Angie have not asked parents and teachers at the school to sign privacy contracts. The administration says: “We did not confiscate cell phones in the school. It seems that a reminder about respecting one’s privacy was enough.”

“There’s no secrecy policy and no threatening with expulsion at the school if someone talks to the press,” a source confirms to Life & Style magazine.

–Lindsey DiMattina