Brad Pitt reassured fans of Angelina Jolie, his partner and mother to his six children, that the actress is "still a bad girl."
In an interview with CBS' Charlie Rose on "This Morning," Pitt said, "She's still a bad girl. Delightfully so." But Pitt said Jolie, who is also a United Nations Ambassador, has reserved her less conservative side just for him, adding, "It's not for public consumption."
Brad also told Rose that his relationship with Angelina, which the pair officially confirmed in 2006 following Pitt's separation from ex-wife, Jennifer Aniston, has made him a better actor.
"Family's added everything to it. In a strange way, if I look at the work, the work has gotten better because I worry less about it. I mean, it's not as important as family. Family becomes the nucleus, the source of joy and the source of worry. And it takes any pressure of self-absorption we can have in our business, it just evaporates. And so it makes it freer," Brad told Rose.
The Academy Award winning actor has been causing a lot of stir for his comments in recent interviews. Earlier this month, Pitt told James Lipton from "Inside the Actors Studio" his trick to waking up his six children in the morning.
"Listen, I admit there's times like, 'We gotta get up. Get up! Here's your shoes. Here's your shoes. Drink this Coke. Drink this Coca-Cola. Drink it all. Right now! Drink it! Drink it! Drink it!' Just so we could get 'em up and going," Pitt told Lipton.
Pitt, 48, opened up to The Hollywood Reporter in their February edition and discussed his past bout with depression and drug use.
"I got really sick of myself at the end of the 1990s," Pitt told the magazine. "I was hiding out from the celebrity thing, I was smoking way too much dope, I was sitting on the couch and just turning into a doughnut and I really got irritated with myself."
But the "Moneyball" actor's life has since changed, he told Rose. Pitt said he and his family are used to constantly traveling, but "As long as we're together, the home's always intact."