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Brad and Angelina Renting a Farm for the Holidays

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Various reports are saying that Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, and their six children are planning to spend the festive season on a farm in Costa Rica.

The famous family is serious about their privacy, something Costa Rica with its lush countryside and remote hideaways can certainly offer.

“Brad has found a sprawling farm that he reckons will be the perfect place for the family to get away from everything for a while,” a source told the gossip site Showbiz Spy. “He loves the country and is considering buying some Costa Rican property so they can spend some time there when life gets less hectic for them.”

Last year about this time, Pitt-Jolie clan took off to the Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary in Namibia. Before leaving, they generously donated $2M to the organization in honor of their daughter Shiloh, who was born in the country in 2006.

“We want her to be very involved and grow up with the understanding of her country of birth,” said Jolie last January. “We have known Rudie and Marlice for many years and continue to be impressed by their hard work and dedication to the people and conservation of the land and wildlife of Namibia.”

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