Brad Pitt doesn't allow kids to Google parents

By Deborah Kim,
Brad Pitt and Writer/Director Angelina Jolie arriving at FilmDistrict's Los Angeles Premiere of 'In the Land of Blood and Honey' held at ArcLight Hollywood on December 8, 2011 in Hollywood, California Philip Vaughan

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are definitely two of the most Googled people on Earth, but Pitt doesn’t want his kids doing any searching on him.

People reported the Moneyball actor bans his children from searching their parents’ names.

"On all the kids' computers we had our names blocked," the 48-year-old said on German newspaper Bild. "They can't Google their mom and dad. I don't want to make myself dependent on what other people think."

He added that he and Jolie also never Google themselves.

According to Us Weekly, while Pitt’s kids are forbidden to search the web for any info on their parents, they’re free to complain about how their mom and dad aren’t married.

"We're getting a lot of pressure from the kids," Pitt said. "It means something to them."

The only solace Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne have is that their dad promises to tie the knot one day.

“We will someday. We will," he said on an interview on CBS' Sunday Morning.

Pitt also says that he definitely keeps his children's opinions in mind.

"You have less time to spend on a project," he said. "You come home and you're Dad. You're much more conscious of how much time you give to a production."

Someone better hurry up and legalize gay marriage, or the Jolie-Pitt crew is going to go nuts.



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