Angelina Jolie is determined to raise her children with "an education of the World." The Oscar-winning beauty - who has three adopted kids, Maddox, seven, Pax, five, and four-year-old Zahara, as well as three biological children, Shiloh, three, and 11-month-old twins Knox and Vivienne, with partner Brad Pitt - wants to ensure they are all aware of the problems across the globe and will make sure they visit Third World countries.
Angelina, who is a UN ambassador, said: "Some of my kids are from countries that have seen conflict. I usually just explain to them that there are other families in the world that aren't as fortunate as ours and other kids and their mommies... are somewhere in a country that's not as safe. So I tell them that it's important for all of us to do what we can and then go to these places and understand what's happening."
"They're just being raised that this is the normal thing to do. I want them to have an education of the world. Hopefully it will make them better people as they get older."
Angelina - who adopted Maddox from Cambodia, Pax from Vietnam and Zahara from Ethiopia - also revealed she is enjoying every moment of motherhood and loves celebrating so many birthdays.
She said in an interview with Anderson Cooper on his U.S. talk show "360": "We have so many kids that we just have year-round birthdays. It's just fun, you know? It's a lot of fun now because the older kids are old enough to help plan the birthdays for the younger kids. So it's one of the great pleasures of life, the birthdays."