US Weekly reports that during a recent family trip to Vietnam – the first since Angelina Jolie’s and Brad Pitt‘s son Pax was adopted by them in 2007 from an orphanage near Ho Chi Min City – the well-traveled 8-year-old spent some time getting to know his biological grandmother Nhan Dung.
“It was a one day visit,” an insider said. “Nhan was looking forward to it after Pax had lived so many years abroad.”
Jolie and longtime partner Brad Pitt arranged for Dung to visit Pax at the seaside resort Six Sense in Con Dao, where the whole family stayed during their trip.
Earlier this year, Jolie told the Financial Times why she and Pitt put so much emphasis in educating their children about their native countries. “They are all learning about each other’s cultures as well as being proud of their own,” she said. “They all have their flags over their beds and their individual pride.”
In addition to Pax who was born in Vietnam, Angie and Brad are also parents to 10 year-old Maddox who was adopted in 2002 from his native Cambodia, Zahara, aged six, born in Ethiopia, Shiloh, the couple’s first biological child, born five years ago in Namibia and three year-old bioligical twins Knox and Vivienne, born in France.
For more on the Jolie-Pitts trip to Vietnam and Pax’s reunion with his biological grandmother, check out the new Us Weekly, on stands now!