The Oscar-winning actress - who raises adopted children Maddox, nine, Pax, seven, Zahara, six, and biological kids Shiloh, four, and twins Knox and Vivienne, two, with partner Brad Pitt - finds it easy to prepare her brood for their frequent trips around the world because she is so organised with the packing ritual.
Brad said: "We`re quite comfortable living out of suitcases, we`re quite nomadic.
"We`ve got it down and the kids have got their backpack. They have to carry their backpack and if they forget it, they forget it - because there`s just too much to keep track of.
"Mom`s really good at packing. She`s militant, she`s really, really talented. I couldn`t do it."
Brad, 47, and Angelina think it is important to always take their family with them when they work, and try their best to establish a routine when travelling.
He explained in an interview with The Sun newspaper: "They`re quite used to it. We try to travel at night so they sleep because it`s really difficult for everyone to be awake and the chaos that ensues.
"We always take them to the locations. We try to keep the family intact - we think that`s very important."
Brad adds he loves taking the children to foreign places as it is helping them learn about different culture.
He said: "The thing I`m most proud of I think is that the biggest part of our kids` education is getting to see the world and getting to experience the world and other cultures."