ANGELINA Jolie has been spotted looking out of a Sydney hotel today after sneaking past waiting camera crews this morning.
It is understood that the Hollywood superstar came on a private jet in the early hours without her six children.
Angelina Jolie has arrived in Sydney ahead of the world premiere of her latest film, Unbroken.
The 39-year-old Hollywood heavyweight was spotted at Sydney's Intercontinental Hotel on Monday morning, cutting a calm figure ahead of her red carpet walk later in the day.
Pacing past her hotel room balcony, she folded her arms across her chest as she gazed out at Sydney's spectacular harbour views.
The actress and director chose the city's largest hotel suite for a short stay, a room that would quite sufficiently house her large brood.
Traveller.com.au lists the presidential suite as the second most expensive room in the city at $6,500, behind the Park Hyatt's governer's suite.
They also revealed that it features a baby grand piano, six private balconies and private entrances.
Not in view however, was her handsome new husband, Brad Pitt or their six children.
Brad touched down in Sydney late on Sunday night ahead of his wife's high-anticipated premiere.
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A WORLD premiere appearance by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt will position Sydney “as the combined Hollywood and New York of Australia”, a tourism chief has declared.
Celebrity-spotters will be out in force this evening as Brangelina walk the red carpet in Sydney for the film Unbroken — Jolie’s directorial debut, which was partly shot in Sydney.
And the effects of the A-list celebrity event will be long-lasting on the city’s tourism. “It will have a halo effect,” Destination NSW CEO Sandra Chipchase said. “Fans want to go to the places their idols visit.”
She said Destination NSW plans to capitalise on the branding of the city as a key attraction for celebrities, positioning it with international tourists as having “an irresistible allure”.
While the dollar value of Hollywood heavy-hitter Jolie’s decision to unveil her film at Sydney’s State Theatre is unquantifiable, it is likely to benefit the city — and Australia — into the millions of dollars.
Not least because the red carpet photos in Sydney will be published everywhere from LA to Moscow to Mumbai.