Now that's a cool gang! Angelina Jolie takes her cuties for a playdate with Gwen Stefani's boys

By Daily Mail Reporter

Power playdate: Angelina Jolie visits Gwen Stefani's North London home with her children. Gwen's son Kingston (left) was born the day after Angelina's daughter Shiloh (centre)

Angelina Jolie and Gwen Stefani bonded in 2006 after giving birth within a day of each other.

And it seems their low-key friendship still runs strong.

The Tourist actress was spotted taking some of her brood for a playdate at the pop star's London home today.

The 36-year-old, who is in the city while her partner Brad Pitt shoots his new film World War Z, arrived at the Primrose Hill abode with Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 5, and 3-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox in tow.

She gently encouraged her tentative charges out of the car and inside the property and later sent her security guard off to collect dinner from the local Wagamama noodle restaurant.

The No Doubt star's son Kingston was born the day before Shiloh, while her youngest Zuma is now the same age Angelina's twins.

The Hollywood mothers are said to have a firm friendship, which has largely played out away from the cameras.

A fun time had by all: Zahara (centre left) and Vivienne (centre right) left with craft boxes

Thanks for coming! Gwen's son Kingston, who was sporting face paint, was on hand to wave off their guests

Gwen, 41, joined Angelina and Brad for a celebratory dinner in May after the premiere of his film Tree of Life at the Cannes Film Festival.

And Brad and Gwen's husband Gavin Rossdale have bonded too - in 2006, soon after the births of Shiloh and Kingston, they spent the Fourth of July weekend jet skiing and riding quad bikes together.

Gwen's family split their time between the U.S. and U.K. while Angelina is expected to stay in London until Brad's film wraps up.

Guess who's coming for dinner: Angelina rolled up with her brood, including (from left) Vivienne, Knox, Zahara and Shiloh

Come on kids: The star's children looked a little hesitant

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