Brangelina Are Paying a Casual $21,000 per Month for Their New London Apartment

That's the cost of 1,500 pizzas, for those of you doing the ūüćē math.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have moved their nomadic herd of adorable children to London, where they've taken up residence in an eight-bedroom home. And obviously "home" = "giant mansion." In any case, the new digs have been described as White House-style, which we can only assume means it's populated by the ghosts of U.S. presidents past...?

Brad and Angie are in England for production on World War Z 2, and their crib (people still use that word, right?) does *not* come cheap. Reports say the couple are throwing down a cool $21,000 a month for the Surrey home.

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To be fair, the place has an indoor pool and is just 40 minutes from George Clooney's house, and honestly who wouldn't pay $21k to be 40 minutes away from George? No one, that's who. 

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