Brad Pitt may be a busy man, especially while promoting his latest film World War Z, but the 49-year-old makes it clear who comes first.
"Home is wherever my family is," he told In Touch Weekly, in an interview published on June 27.
The actor also spoke about what it's like raising six children with fiancé and actress Angelina Jolie. He admitted that it turns "crazy" at times, but he added "I like the chaos."
"With a big family you try to have some toy-free and quiet zones, but you always have someone fighting, and someone else banging into a wall and someone calling for Dad," he said.
Pitt and the 38-year-old have three biological children together named Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox, and three adopted children named Maddox, Zahara and Pax Thien. While the chaos may become tiresome for him at times, the star revealed admiration for his fiancé, who never seems to rest when taking care of all their kids.
"Angie's just amazing," he said. "I'll lie down on the sofa when I'm tired but she just keeps going, and then I'm like, 'Why am I taking it easy?' and I'll get up and play with the boys and put them to bed."
Perhaps Pitt is a little more tired than usual because he's been traveling the world to promote his latest film. Despite negative reviews from many critics, his latest movie World War Z, which hit U.S. theaters on June 21, grossed $111.8 million globally in its opening weekend. It has becomes Pitt's greatest box office opening to date. Following the film's success, Paramount also announced that there will be a sequel.
Jolie is busy with humanitarian work. The actress traveled to Jordan in June to speak to Syrian refugees who have fled their country. The trip was documented for CNN. In April, she also announced that she is creating a jewelry line called The Style of Jolie to fund the girls-only school in Afghanistan that she opened in the same month.