Celebrity Parents and Kids Who Love Disney World (Photos)

Seal and Heidi Klum riding the teacups with their kids at Disneyland

Just recently there were reports that mother-of-six Angelina Jolie and daddy Brad Pitt plan on taking their clan with them on a family trip to the Sahara Desert.

As fun and as exotic as that might sound to four Sex and the City wannabe-gals, we are quite not sure if bringing your children to the hot desert sounds like a family vacation we would want to take.  (I mean, really Angie?)  We wouldn’t need to take a poll to find out that almost every toddler’s dream destination would be none other than a trip to Walt Disney World.

We know that globe-trotting Angelina loves to be original and different, but how about taking Max, Shiloh and the gang to a place they could really be like kids and hang out with everyone’s favorite mouse, Mickey?

Check out our gallery of some of our favorite celebrity parents and their children who prefer to take their down-to-earth trips to the most magical place on earth.

Tell us, are you taking a trip to Disney World this summer?

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    Courteney Cox and David Arquette with birthday girl Coco at Disneyland.
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    We can only guess that Mariah's baby twins, Moroccan Scott and Monroe will be taking their annual trips to Disney with their mom real soon!
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    Pink makes it no secret that she loves Mickey Mouse. She probably can't wait to take daughter Willow on her first trip to Disney as well.
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    Seal and Heidi Klum take their children to Disneyland. The family appeared to have a great time and rode the teacup and Dumbo rides at the park.
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    Salma Hayek takes her daughter Valentina to Disneyland where the two stay to watch the Main Street parade.
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    Victoria Beckham visits Disneyland with her children Brooklyn and Romeo.

Photos: PCN

 

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