London, Sept 25 : Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and their clan have moved house from France to Germany for a three-month stay.
The Hollywood couple and their six children left the French chateau they called home for 5 months and have arrived at the German villa Palais Parkschloss on Wannsee Lake, according to German media reports.
The home, where Pitt and Jolie will live with their six children - Maddox, seven, Pax, four, Zahara, three, Shiloh, two, and ten-week-old twins Knox and Vivienne - has been sealed off from the road that leads to it with planking and searchlights installed in the garden.
Pitt is due to begin filming the new Quentin Tarantino film "Inglorious Bastards" there next month, reports Telegraph.
The 30,000 square-foot Palais Parkschloss on Wannsee Lake boasts a private helicopter-landing pad, a dock and a full security system equipped with a staff of 14 bodyguards.
In "Inglorious Bastards", Pitt plays the leader of a band of Jewish-American soldiers sent behind enemy lines during the Second World War to scalp high-ranking Nazis.