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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Throw Boat Party for Pax's Birthday

November 29, 2010 (8:14 am) GMT
Joining the little birthday party aboard the Josephine river boat along the Siene River in Paris, France were the couple's other children, Maddox, Zahara and Shiloh.

and really know how to spoil their children. On Sunday, November 28, the couple treated son Pax, who will turn 7 on November 9, with a trip aboard the Josephine river boat along the Siene River in Paris, France, Just Jared reports.

In pictures which are obtained by the site, Pax's siblings including 9-year-old Maddox, 5-year-old Zahara and 4-year-old Shiloh were seen joining the fun little bash. However, Jolie and Pitt's twin children Knox and Vivienne apparently missed the celebration that night.

A birthday cake had been prepared and some balloons decorated the little boat. At a particular time, Pitt who covered himself in a black jacket, was spotted videotaping Shiloh and Zahara on the deck.

Still during their visit in Paris, Jolie and Pitt took their daughters Zahara and Shiloh to the Bonpoint boutique for some holiday shopping on November 27. According to People, they bought pajamas, gloves, boots, pants, sweaters, stuffed animals, knights' costumes and one green plastic alligator for their little girls.

The pair who met while filming "" are in France for promotional duties for their own films; Jolie for "" while Pitt for "".

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