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Brad Pitt and his son Knox are seen in Venice, Italy, on Thursday, Feb. 18.
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updated 2/18/2010 12:15:24 PM ET 2010-02-18T17:15:24

Hey world, it’s Knox Jolie-Pitt!

One half of the Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt twins born in France in July 2008 made a rare public appearance in Venice, Italy, on Thursday and the paparazzi didn’t miss the shot.

Thanks to their famous parents, Knox and his sister Vivienne have been famous basically since conception. But aside from a slew of photos published in People magazine three weeks after their birth, neither of the twins have been seen much at all since their birth. It's not a stretch to say the going-on-2-year-old is looking a lot like his dad (minus the beard).

The entire Jolie-Pitt clan is nesting in Venice while the actress prepares for her next role in the film “The Tourist,” with Johnny Depp. Photographs earlier this week caught the stars and their four older children enjoying an ice cream break. Last week, Jolie was in Haiti visiting earthquake victims.

Courteny Hazlett delivers the Scoop Monday through Friday on msnbc.com. Follow Scoop on Twitter @courtneyatmsnbc.

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