Brad and Angelina joining Jubilee celebrations

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will reportedly “fully embrace” celebrations in honour of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee this weekend.

The Hollywood icons have bought a home in Richmond, London, where they are planning to live with their six kids for a couple of years. It’s not clear if they have moved in there yet, but people in the area are keen to get them involved in local life.

The queen is celebrating 60 years on the throne this weekend and Brad and Angelina are apparently planning to mark the occasion.

“Brad and Angelina love England and have been made to feel very welcome in Richmond. They want to fully embrace the Jubilee celebrations. The kids are very excited,” a source told British magazine Grazia.

A tea party near the couple’s new home is being held on June 2, with the pair said to be attending having bought £3 tickets already.

“Brad and Angelina are aware of the celebrations. They have had information sent to them and have shown an interest,” an insider said.

If they do go, the pair will enjoy traditional games such as a tug-of-war, soccer and cricket, a cake baking contest and the children will be able to have their faces painted.

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