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A Jolie good time! Angelina celebrates the twins' birthday at Disneyland

Nothing beats the happiest place on earth...

By Chloe Lal
Angelina Jolie has taken her little ones to Disneyland to mark twins Vivienne and Knox's milestone ninth birthday.
The siblings were joined by the rest of the gang Shiloh, Zahara, Pax and Maddox.
The mum-of-six looked relaxed in an all black ensemble, teamed up with sun safe glasses and a straw hat.
Birthday gal Vivienne held onto her mum's hand while Zahara walked ahead.
Her twin enjoyed a rollercoaster with Pax
Angie and Shiloh seem to be having a swingin' time.
Time has flown by for the 42-year-old, who gave birth to her youngest in Nice, France, on July 12, 2008.
The kids are looking more like their famous parents every day.
While there was no sign of her dad, Brad Pitt, Vivienne, dressed in denim overalls, has his famous baby blues, while her twin brother is the actor's spitting image.
The duo's big sister Shiloh, 11, was all smiles as she rocked a very fun Goofy hat, paired with UNHCR shirt supporting refugees.
Shiloh is just like her mum when it comes to helping those less fortunate.
Zahara and her mum share a giggle.
Fans were overwhelmed seeing the Hollywood dynasty strolling around the theme park.
"Day made we just saw Angelina Jolie on the Teacups ride and she waved hello!" one parkgoer shared on Twitter.
It's been a busy couple of weeks for Angelina, who has just returned from Namibia.
The actress was with her daughter Shiloh, who opened the Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary, which cares for elephants and rhinos that have fallen victim to poaching or abuse, is located at the N/a’an ku sê Foundation.
Shiloh had a blast on trip to Africa.
She was delighted to see the sanctuary up and running.
The budding wild life crusader holds the country dear to her heart, after all she was born in Namibia.
“Her face lit up when she saw the sanctuary for the first time,” a pal told People about Shiloh seeing the reserve.
“The name was a surprise to her and she was beaming. She and her brothers and sisters moved around very quietly as the newly rescued elephants were still settling in.”
At the end of their mother-daughter five day trip, Angie said, “It is a privilege to work with N/a’an ku sê and be able to contribute to conservation in Namibia.”