So, where have Brad and Angelina been hanging out with their kids? What about Suri Cruise? One famous actress knows the whereabouts of these famous families.
"They're at my house right now!" Julia Roberts told The Insider. "We're all together. Yes, yes, we hold hands and we sort of commune and they go, 'You're cute,' [and I go,] 'No, you're cuter.'"
Julia kids, of course. And The Gossip makes children-related puns. But America's Pretty Woman admits she does keep in touch with the non-gay talk show goddess, Oprah Winfrey.
"Auntie Oprah, she's in our life, she's good," Julia says. "She's sent them so many lovely, sweet things, all of which we've like put to use. Their book collection is impressive, just based solely on her alone. [It's] an enviable collection of books."
The "them," of course, would be Julia's twins Phinnaeus and Hazel, both of whom are are 18 months old and just starting to develop their own characteristics.
"Hazel was born incredibly feminine and [Phinnaeus] is very masculine. The first time in her lifetime that I got a pedicure was about a month ago, and I had color on my toes and she said, 'Shoes!'"
She sounds almost as smart as Britney Spears.
Newfound maternal instincts speak to why Roberts signed on to play an ant in the new animated feature, The Ant Bully, which is produced by Tom Hank and opens in today.
"She is the maternal sort of essence of this colony, I think," says Roberts of her animated character. "And I guess in my little, four-person colony, I am the maternal essence of it."