Angelina Jolie and her six children are in Australia for the actress' latest directorial effort while the family patriarch Brad Pitt is traversing the globe.
Although the high-profile family has been known to stay together despite hectic schedules, Jolie started directing "Unbroken" in Sydney while Pitt is in the midst of filming "Fury" in England.
Furthermore, Pitt is currently promoting his latest film "12 Years A Slave" at the Toronto International Film Festival this week.
Despite staying busy, the actor admitted that he missed his family while speaking to Access Hollywood.
"Yeah, she's got her hands full," Pitt joked of his fiancée. "I'm actually jealous."
The Jolie-Pitts children include Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne.
As for "12 Years A Slave," Pitt spoke very highly of the much-anticipated drama.
"It's an incredible movie," he said. "It's a very special film, it's why we all get into the business."
Meanwhile, 38-year-old Jolie was photographed taking the couple's six children to Sydney's Sea Life Aquarium as well as a bowling alley over the past week all without the help of her fiancé.
The Jolie-Pitts are expected to stay down under while Jolie films her second directorial project, "Unbroken." The film follows the extraordinary life of Louis Zamperini, an Olympic athlete who went on to become a prisoner of war during WWII.
"[Zamperini] is a true hero and a man with an immense humanity, faith, and courage," Jolie said in a statement at the time she was named director, according to E! News.
"I am deeply honored to have the chance to tell his inspiring story," the star added.
Filling in as scriptwriters are the Coen Brothers- Ethan and Joel Coen based their writing on author Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book "Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience and Redemption."
The film is expected for release on Christmas Day next year.