Brad & Angelina Step Out With Their Six Kids In Japan

Brad and Angelina made one of their most public outings as a family yet, walking with all six of their children through a Japanese airport on Tuesday.

Angelina, Brad and their brood – Maddox, Pax Leon, Zahara, Shiloh, and infant twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline, who were born in July 2008 — journeyed through Narita International Airport, as fans held up signs and screamed for the superstar family.

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The twins appeared bewildered by the enthusiastic fans and camera flashes as they got their first real glimpse into the paparazzi fueled life of the Brangelina clan.

Brad and Angelina are in Japan to promote their movies “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” and “Changeling.”

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On Sunday, Brad revealed to Access Hollywood’s Nancy O’Dell, that they are considering expanding their numbers.

“We average about two a year, so I guess we’re overdue, aren’t we?” Brad said.

And Angelina echoed her partner’s statement.

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“If they come our way, we’d be happy to have them all. We love children,” Angelina said.

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