Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were once considered a picture of happiness but their relationship has since ended. Despite their busy lives, they have six children which they need help taking care of, hence they hire nannies. Reports show that the amount they spend on these nannies is substantial.
A Look at the Cost of Running the Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Household – Nanny Expenses Revealed
The cost of running the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie household was revealed in 2018 by People Magazine, with information provided by Lindsey Thomason, the CEO of The Nanny League. A full-time nanny reportedly costs $140,000 per year, not including health insurance.
The same interview stated that there would be at least two nannies for a household of this size, and other reports suggest that the family had a larger team of nannies, with some sources claiming that they employed between six and nine nannies, one for each child, who were rotated every six months to prevent attachment.
During the last year of their marriage, changes were made, and Angelina Jolie’s brother James Haven moved in to help care for the children and took on the role of “chief nanny”. Overall, the high cost of hiring nannies for a family of this size is reasonable given the wealth of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie made headlines in 2011 for their reported $10 million annual spending on their six children. Forbes magazine later explored the amount and concluded that it was not an excessive amount considering their salaries. The expenses included health care, transportation, food, clothing, education, and more.
The family’s luxurious lifestyle, including private jets and first-class tickets, also contributed to their high expenses. A source reportedly told HollyBaby that the spending breakdown included $1 million on private tutors traveling with the family, $900,000 on six nannies (one for each child), hotel bills, extravagant birthday parties, and a large grocery bill including room service and eating out.