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Jolie-Pitt Alert: Perfect Packs For Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt's Kids

Angelina JolieAngelina Jolie recently dished about making her kid’s packed lunches. Now most would probably think she has her staff take care of attending to her brood’s feeding and nourishment but she says it is a task that enjoys, even though it is a challenge.

She said that “the problem with my packed lunches is everybody is very, very outspoken about what they want…” And you know that her six kids are probably as equally verbal about not just what is in their lunch but how they’d like to carry their mid day meal and snacks.

Each of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s kids has a very unique character and has a different style, here are our suggestions for lunchboxes for these lucky and apparently hungry kids.

For twins Knox and Vivienne.
Knox is already becoming quite the little boy whereas as Vivienne is quite the little lady. These Skip Zoo Lunchies would be a cute boy/girl twin option.  $13 here

For Maddox
This is a great streamlined and modern option. The Oops Deluxe Lunchbox features fitted plastic containers that are perfectly housed inside – $45 here

For Pax
He seems to be drawn to the simpler things, so this sturdy and stylish Vivo Kids Bento Box would be a great choice. $22 here.

For Zahara
Zahara is quite feminine and is drawn to the girlier options, but not in an over the top pink tutu sort of way. This Built insulated bag would totally fit the bill.  $21.95 here

For Shiloh
Tomboy Shiloh recently became an A’s fan. Dad Brad Pitt is starring in a movie about the beloved baseball team (Moneyball). You can totally see her picking something that not only was boyish but paid tribute to daddy.  You can pick up the A’s insulated lunchbox for  $12.95 here.

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