Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are thought to have taken up residence in a 16th century Scottish estate while the actor films his latest movie 'World War Z' in Glasgow.
The couple - who have kids, Maddox, 10, Pax, seven, Zahara, six, Shiloh, five, and three-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox - are believed to have taken up residence in historic Carnell Estate in Ayrshire, Scotland, while the actor films his latest movie 'World War Z' in Glasgow.
The brunette beauty has been spotted playing with her children in the 10-acre grounds of the stately home, which sleeps up to 18 guests.
Earlier this week, Brad took Maddox and Pax fishing in a nearby lake - and Shiloh joined in with the Male Bonding session dressed in a traditional Scottish kilt.
An onlooker told Us Weekly: "Brad looked very proud of the boys, despite the fact that no one managed to catch anything.
"I don't think Brad particularly cared about getting a bite. It was just nice to spend time with the boys after a long day at work."
The family arrived in Scotland on Tuesday (16.08.11) after they chartered an entire train to take them on the five-hour Journey from London to Glasgow.
A spokeswoman for Virgin Trains confirmed: "As far as I am aware, Brad and Angelina hired the whole train.
"It is a bespoke service so prices would vary on the individual, people have different needs from station requirements to catering."