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Brangelina kids get sports memorabilia as Christmas gifts?

Angelina Jolie rumors! Santa Claus is coming to town and bringing some very unusual and highly collectible gifts to Brad Pitt and Angelina's world-famous kids. On Dec. 24, 2012, Entertainmentwise reported that Santa Claus is bringing the Brangelina children sports memorabilia for their celebrity Christmas 2012.

According to the British tabloid, the famous celebrity couple and their family have become great fans of London football. "The couple have spent a great deal of time in the UK this year and it seems they picked up a love of football while here, in particular Liverpool player Steven Gerrard and have decided to buy their children a hoard of memorabilia..." said the source.

[The word "football" in most countries (internationally) refers to the game Americans call soccer in the United States.]

When spotted out shopping, "They rang the club shop and spent hundreds..." claimed one lucky spectator. "Son Maddox is a big fan and his [favorite] player is Steven Gerrard," a source told The Sun, before adding that the Hollywood couple ordered several shirts, mugs, caps and tracksuits..." said Entertainmentwise.

Contact Music further added, "The Sun reports that Pitt and Jolie got their kids six complete Liverpool kits, with the couple also reportedly ordering tracksuits, mugs and caps to be sent to their home back in the US."

Back home in the United States, Brad Pitt and Angelina own a house in New Orleans. They all cheer as a family for the New Orleans Saints come football season.

But collectible sports memorabilia, all alone, does not sound like very fun gifts for young children. That's why the parents are also rumored to have been buying up Harry Potter theme gifts for their middle children and a variety of fantasy movie inspired costumes and toys as presents for the youngest kids.

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