The actress, 43, and her six kids were read the riot act by security guards when the clan wreaked havoc at London’s Natural History Museum on July 28, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
Angelina, who is in the U.K. filming Maleficent 2, had intended for the trip to the iconic spot to be part of a “quiet and educational” afternoon, a source told Radar.
But it descended into an embarrassing disaster when her kids — Maddox, 16, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12 and 9-year old twin Vivienne and Knox — almost knocked over a priceless display of dinosaur bones!
They also tried to grab a piece of moon rock, prompting security guards to order Angelina to take control of her children.
“Angelina wanted a quiet, uneventful day out with her kids and wanted to blend into the crowd," the source said. “But, like a lot of kids in museums, they got a bit bored and things started to spiral out of control."
“Some of her kids were running around and trying to touch the displays despite signs everywhere saying they were not to be messed with."
“At one point some of her kids even almost knocked over a display of dinosaur bones and fossils!"
“If they had succeeded, the damage would have stretched even Angelina’s budget to repair.”
Security guards chastised the children — and were not intimidated upon realizing their mother was a Hollywood superstar.
"They marched over and told Angelina to take control of her kids or they would all be ejected," the source continued.
“Londoners aren’t impressed by seeing celebs wandering around exhibitions, and they’re even less impressed when their kids act like they can do what they want!"
“Angelina and her kids got the same dressing down as anyone else would have got, and to be fair they did quiet down after that."
Jolie and the kids soon left the museum after the scolding.
As Radar previously reported, Jolie is in a heated custody dispute with Pitt, 54, in Los Angeles court, and was even warned by the judge to allow her ex better access to their kids.
In the court documents exclusively obtained by Radar, the judge said it was “harmful” for the brood not to have a relationship with their father.
Pitt has since been given ample access to the kids throughout the summer in L.A. and London.
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