Brad Pitt’s kids not allowed to Google him
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Brad Pitt has revealed that his kids aren't allowed to Google either him or partner Angelina Jolie.
The 48-year-old actor said that he and Jolie went through each of the children's computers and blocked their own names from the Google search to prevent their children from obsessing over other people's opinions of their actor parents.
"On all the kids' computers we had our names blocked," the People magazine quoted him as telling Germany's Bild.
"They can't Google their mom and dad. I don't want to make myself dependent on what other people think," he said.
Pitt said that he and Jolie, 36, weren't exactly searching for themselves either.
"We don't even notice all the noise," he added.
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