Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Go Holiday Shopping in Paris

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Go Holiday Shopping in Paris
Brad Pitt, at Megamind premiere
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updated 11/27/2010 at 03:00 PM EST

originally published 11/27/2010 03:45PM

On the first day of Christmas, my sisters gave to me ... a large plastic alligator?

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took daughters Zahara and Shiloh holiday shopping in Paris Saturday and it looks like they'll be able to check quite a few things of their gift list, including pants, pajamas, gloves, sweaters, boots, stuffed animals, knights' costumes (complete with tunics, swords and shields) and one large green plastic alligator, according to staff at the Bonpoint boutique on rue de Tournon near the Luxembourg Gardens.

"Angelina was great," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "She's patient, and a very hands-on mother, making certain everything fits."





Pitt was "very agreeable, absolutely polite and excellent with the girls" as well, a store employee says.

In town to promote film projects – Pitt's Megamind and Jolie's The Tourist – the couple squeezed in more than an hour of shopping with Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 4, at the celeb-friendly boutique, where Salma Hayek, Jessica Alba and Michelle Obama have visited.

"[Shiloh] wanted pants and picked out a pair of zebra-patterned boots," a clerk says of Saturday's stop.

Zahara, the employee says, chose "black suede boots and a 'Duchess' dress."

The Bonpoint store contains one fun feature which the girls enjoyed: an entire room that holds a child-sized farmhouse with several levels, meandering passages and see-through walls. Both girls played inside, according to a witness, while a laughing Jolie took pictures of her daughters.

Helping Shiloh try on a medieval knight's tunic, Pitt watched while she playfully waved around a wooden sword and shield. After deciding on both the costume and its accessories, Shiloh told the shop assistant that she wanted two complete sets. "'One is for me,' she explained," the clerk tells PEOPLE. "'The other is for my brother, Pax.' "

Pax may get his presents before the holidays – he turns 7 on Nov. 29.

And the large plastic alligator Shiloh selected at the last minute? "That's good for Knox," she told the sales staff.

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