The 50-year-old performing artist is ostensibly in the prime of his life – he wedded Angelina Jolie in France a month ago and they are raising their six youngsters together.
“With age comes insight. That is practically my mantra: I’d never switch age for youth. Not for one day,” he grinned to German daily paper Bild.
Brad and Angelina reported their engagement in 2012, following seven years together. It was an eagerly awaited wedding, with steady theory about when and where they would get married.
They in the long run said their pledges on August 23 amid a private service in Château Miraval.
“It’s my inward light,” Brad grinned when complimented on his gleaming appearance. “You can’t switch that off effectively. You can’t generally devastate that.
“I truly have my foot on the gas – I feel extraordinary!”
Brad and Angelina have supportive youngsters Pax, Maddox and Zahara and natural children Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne. Most importantly, the Oscar champ would portray himself as a father, calling it is his day work.
“My family, obviously,” he addressed what was most essential to him after the wedding.
“My life is framed by specific things: we’ll simply continue going the way we generally have. What’s more find new things in the meantime. Continuously stay innovative – and never lose your feeling of endeavor.”
Brad plays Dan “Wardaddy” Collier in Fury, which additionally stars Shia Labeouf and Scott Eastwood