He has been busy on a worldwide tour to promote new blockbuster movie World War Z. But Brad Pitt was taking a well-earned break on Thursday to spend some time with daughters Zahara and Shiloh. The little girls strolled alongside their famous father in Moscow ahead of his appearance opening the city’s International Film Festival.
Daddy’s girls: Brad Pitt strolls through Moscow, Russia with daughters Zahara and Shiloh on Thursday
Both girls clutched their father’s hands as they walked down a street near the Kremlin.
Tomboy Shiloh, seven, wore black baggy shorts and a polo shirt, while eight-year-old Zahara sported pink trousers and a lime green top.
Their actor father wore a grey blazer over a grey T-shirt and trousers with aviator sunglasses with his long hair tied back in a ponytail.
A touch of sightseeing: Brad spent some time with his young daughters before attending the opening of the Moscow International Film Festival
Russia is just the latest stop for Brad whose promotional duties for World War Z have taken him to countries including Germany, Australia and the UK in recent weeks.
Brad admitted he made the apocalyptic zombie movie for his eldest sons Maddox, 11 and nine-year-old Pax.
‘They’ve already seen it and loved it,’ he told Us Weekly, revealing that Maddox makes his feature film début as a zombie in the film.
However, his daughters aren’t such big fans of the genre. ‘They don’t really care,’ he told USA Today.
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