In spite of having a kid with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie is not warming up to the idea of tying the knot with the actor.
In a recent interview with the Readers Digest magazine, Angelina said that right now family is the top most priority for her and Brad. "We've both been married before. Our focus when we got together was family, and we are legally bound to our children. That really seems to be the most important thing," Hollywoodrag quoted Angelina, as telling the magazine.
Angelina has been married twice before, to Jonny Lee Miller and Billy Bob Thornton. Pitt married Jennifer Aniston in July 2000 and five years later they were divorced.
The Tomb Raider star, whose latest movie A Mighty Heart hits theaters in September, admitted that finding time alone with Pitt is not easy with four children around, but also revealed that there were ways and tricks to sneak out for a while.
"Right now, finding quality time is our problem! We hang out. We try to talk over the swing set. We'll have a date night once everybody is settled," she said. "Especially now with Pax, he still gets scared if I'm gone more than a few hours. But we'll get them occupied with a movie and popcorn and try to run off and lock the door for a bit," she added.
After Angelina and Pitt began their relationship they adopted Zahara from Ethiopia in 2005 and had their first biological child together, Shiloh, in 2006. Earlier this year Angelina adopted Pax Thien from a Vietnamese orphanage.