Continuing their stay in the Big Apple, Hollywood supercouple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie treated their brood of children to another day of family fun in New York City on Saturday (August 25).
After a trip to Lee's art store and a city hot-dog cart the previous day, the Jolie-Pitt's headed straight for the carousel upon arriving at Central Park. Along on the trip were adopted children Pax, Maddox and Zahara, with daughter Shiloh nowhere to be seen.
After their day with the kids, Brad and Ang then left Manhattan on a helicopter heading to Westhampton to host a dinner party for Pitt's Make It Right project.
According to PEOPLE, "Both dressed in white, Jolie, 32, and Pitt, 43, left Manhattan and flew into Westhampton for the event, after they were diverted from nearby East Hampton because of foggy conditions. From there, the couple ended up taking a cab to the home of Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff, the married couple who co-founded the Tribeca Film Festival with Robert De Niro."
At the event, "more than 50 guests were served cocktails followed by dinner (a buffet of lamb, salmon and corn pudding), all under a giant tent decorated with black-and-white photos of everyday life in New Orleans."
Enjoy the pictures of Angelina and the kids out at Central Park on Saturday, along with shots of Angelina boarding the chopper to Westhampton later in the day (August 25).