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New digs!

Angeline Jolie, Brad Pitt and their six kids have a new place to call "home."

The crew recently moved into an eight-bedroom, $21,000-a-month pad in London, according to Us Weekly. Located in the Surrey suburb, the new digs come complete with an indoor pool and gym.

Both Brad and Angie are reportedly helping Maddox, 14, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 9, and Knox and Vivienne, 7, get settled. Earlier this month, Brad took the twins to a pottery studio, according to a source. A week prior, Angie took the couple's younger children, including the twins, to Hamley's toy store, where the insider says she picked up some treats for the family's new playroom.

The move to what one insider calls a "beautiful, White House-style home" was reportedly sparked by Brad's need to be close to the set of "World War Z," which is due out next year, during filming.

In 2011, he filmed the original "World War Z" flick in Glasgow, Scotland.

Angelina, meanwhile, has no new film projects in the works besides "Maleficent 2," according to imdb.

Instead, she's reportedly planning to use the time in Europe to work on some of her humanitarian projects, including those that deal "with the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe,"

The Jolie-Pitts have spent much of the past few years bouncing between London, Los Angeles and New Orleans, where the high-profile couple's French Quarter home earned them a cool $3 million more than what they initially paid for it when they sold it last spring.

(Rumors Angie plunked down $20 million for a heart-shaped island north of New York City for Brad on his 50th birthday turned out to be false.)

As for the kids, "they're participating more in the choices of where we go," Angelina told the Guardian last year. "And if we have to go somewhere where they're going to miss their friends, we try to get them back for a period of time -- or we try to have their friends come out," she added.

"I don't want this lifestyle to ever be something they don't want. I don't want them to feel they don't want to do that one more trip, or that they can't handle one more film abroad. So we'll have to gauge it, make some adjustments."