Jolie lacks 'patience' to cook Christmas dinner
Actress-director Angelina Jolie says she doesn't have the patience to cook a Christmas dinner, but her husband Brad Pitt is good at organising the repast.
Los Angeles: Actress-director Angelina Jolie says she doesn't have the patience to cook a Christmas dinner, but her husband Brad Pitt is good at organising the repast.
The actress gets too easily distracted to be in charge of such a huge and important meal, so she chops up vegetables instead and leaves her husband to organise lunch, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
During a tete-a-tete on "Good Morning Britain", Jolie said: "Nobody in my house wants me to do any cooking on Christmas day. I have no patience. I start things and then I get distracted and I go and I'll start reading over there, or start playing outside with the kids.
"I think you have to be very patient to cook, I'd be designated to the chopping board. Brad would be really good at the timing and organisation."
Although they hadn't really thought much about what to get for each other for Christmas, Pitt and Jolie are concentrating on making sure their six children have an amazing time.
"We travel a lot so I think it's more what to do, what's going to be the experience, where we're going to go, or what we're going to do, who we're going to see, and I think they (the children) know. Mummy loves a stocking and I love a gift, we try our best not to spoil them so we try to be very balanced and calculating to not go too far," she added.