Sexy superstar Brad Pitt is urging reporters to stop asking him about his family life, because talking about it "cheapens" his relationship with partner Angelina Jolie and their six children. And though he is admitting to understanding the fascination, Pitt insists there's no way his fans can get a real grasp on his life at home. In an interview on "Today" he says, "I just feel bad about it when I (talk about them). There's no way to give it true validity and weight in what it means to you in your life, and it seems to get cheapened somehow as it goes through the filters and the airwaves. Some things you just want to keep close to the chest."But Pitt couldn't keep the lid on how proud he is of his family, because he sees "what a difference it can make" raising children from such diverse backgrounds. He added, "I will say this: I'm really proud of this family. I look at my sons and my daughters -- one's from Vietnam and one's from Cambodia, and one's from Ethiopia ... and they're brothers and sisters, man. They're fighting and laughing and they're going into hysterics and they're staying up late and they're messing with their parents and they're driving me crazy."I feel rich being around them. It's a rich home and each one of them offers so much to the mix."
Echoing Jolie's statements earlier this year about the couple's plans to wed, he added, "If we feel it's important to our kids we will do so."
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