Happy Birthday? Brad Pitt Parties Solo Until 2:30 AM On Angie Jolie's Big Day


Jun. 5 2013, Published 3:15 p.m. ET

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Fresh from her breast cancer victory, Angelina Jolie was ready to celebrate her 38th birthday in a big way with Brad Pitt Tuesday night in Berlin -- and has all the details.

Angie started off the night on Brad's arm at the premiere of World War Z. But the celebrations had already begun.

"We started off at 30,000 feet on the way over here," Brad revealed to a reporter on the carpet. And in fact, the couple may have had a jet to themselves -- the family flew on two jets to the German capital.

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After the red carpet, at 9 pm it was on to family time at the trendy Next to Kuchi ramen restaurant, where Brad had reserved an entire floor, an insider tells

"Their security guards had told him about the restaurant," the source explains.

Maddox, 11, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, and Vivienne and Knox, 4, all sampled healthy options like Koh-Samui Salad with papaya, peanuts and Thai herbs, Tofu Stirfry, sushi and chicken fried rice.

Maddox Jolie-Pitt

The family left around 10:30 pm -- leaving behind one of the twin's blankies, which security picked up later, says the source. After dropping the kids off at the Hotel Adlon, Angie and Brad continued the party at the premiere's after-party at the Soho House.

Angelina stayed just an hour, however, while Brad was seen rolling out solo at 2:30 am, according to the local BZ newspaper.

Perhaps sleeping off the night before, Brad was nowhere to be seen on Wednesday, when Angelina, Shiloh, Vivienne and Pax visited the Bauhaus Archive in the Tiergarten Park. The group spent more than two hours viewing the design collection, according to press secretary Ulrich Weigand, before heading out for lunch at the nearby Einstein Cafe.

Brad was spotted later in the afternoon on a helicopter tour of the city with Pro7 TV channel, while Angelina was on her way to the Schönefeld Airport with all of the kids.



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