Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's kids ''like'' the fact they are married.

The couple tied the knot in August on the urging of their children Maddox, 13, Pax, 10, Zahara, nine, Shiloh, eight, and six-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox and their famous father says the brood are thrilled the union is now official.

Asked how the children are enjoying their parents being married, Brad smiled and told People magazine: ''They like it. They like it.''

To prepare for his new movie 'Fury', Brad and his army tank co-stars, including Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena and Logan Lerman went put through bootcamp by Navy SEALS and part of the tough training involved being sleep-deprived.

Each of the stars had to stay awake on watch each night and it fell to the youngest member of the crew, 22-year-old Logan, to wake Brad, 50, each night and he found it was important to do so with ''tenderness'' and a gentle kiss.

Logan said: ''We each had to wake the next person, and the next person was Brad for me. So I had to be the guy to wake Brad Pitt up.

''It was weird. How do you wake up a sleeping beauty? It took a while to figure it out. You just kiss him gently and you rock him and you hold him and you say, 'Hey, sweetie.' ''

Asked to seriously answer how to wake Brad, he laughed and said: ''I told you. Tenderness. Be kind.''