Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Celebrate Engagement With Trip To Galapagos Islands

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Apr. 19 2012, Published 11:00 a.m. ET

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s engagement set off a frenzy as they landed in Ecuador with their brood for a family vacation this week.

The jet-setting clan are touring the Galapagos Islands to celebrate Brad finally putting a ring on the finger of his girlfriend of seven years, and has the photos.

Angelina was recently seen looking very skinny in Los Angeles, but the Jolie-Pitts never stay in one place for long and touched down on a private jet, for their most recent family jaunt.

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Airport controller Andres Ayala snapped the photos of the famous family as they arrived and posted them on his Twitter page.

“that is my picture taken from the control tower. Bro,” he posted.

The proud parents took Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne on a local bus tour before jumping on a ferry to the islands where scientist Charles Darwin did much of his famed work on evolution.

Meanwhile, the Oscar winning star was promoted to Special Envoy to the United Nations Human Rights Commission for Refugees this week where she will “focus on large-scale crises.”

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The Galapagos National Park is protected by the UN as a World Heritage site.

As previously reported, snaps of the Hollywood A-List couple saying “I do” could fetch as much as $2 million in picture agency sales around the world.

The jet setting family are expected to attend the Cannes Film Festival next month which is expected to be their first official outing since becoming engaged.




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