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Brad Pitt: I Don't Bring My Crap at Home

May 26, 2011 (5:47 am) GMT
Though so, the longtime partner of Angelina Jolie admits, at the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Tree of Life', to have certainly made parenting mistakes.
Brad Pitt: I Don't Bring My Crap at Home

While he plays an abusive father in new movie "", makes sure he doesn't do the same with his children in real life. Having said that he doesn't raise his kids that same way, the father of six children with partner told People Magazine, "I make sure I don't bring my crap at home."

At the Los Angeles premiere of Terrence Malick-directed drama, the 47-year-old explained the reason why. "I'm painfully aware that my actions leave a double mark on them in these formidable years," he stated. Though so, he did admit to have made parenting mistakes as saying, "Not [like I'm] a horrible parent, but I've certainly made mistakes and had to make up for it."

Together with Angelina, Brad is raising 9-year-old Maddox, 7-year-old Pax, 6-year-old Zahara, 4-year-old Shiloh and 2-year-old twins, Vivienne and Knox. On what he looks forward from his children, the "" star said, "I want to keep them free. I want them to explore that innocence as long as possible and find out what's interesting to them. I just don't want to encumber them in any way."

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