From witchcraft to beekeeping: Here are 5 celebrity hobbies you didn't know about

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Brad Pitt, Ed Sheeran and Nicole Kidman,  (Photos: Getty/Gallo Images)
Brad Pitt, Ed Sheeran and Nicole Kidman, (Photos: Getty/Gallo Images)

Ever wondered what your favourite celebrities enjoy as their hobbies? Well, it can’t be anything normal.

From horse riding to pottery, here are some of the unusual hobbies these A-listers get up to during their downtime.

Brad Pitt: pottery

According to The Sun, Brad Pitt has a sculpting studio at his LA home where he makes pottery.  This is a hobby he shares with his Once Upon A Time co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio.

Queen Elizabeth: horse riding

A royal aid revealed that during her downtime, especially now that it’s lockdown, Her Majesty has more time to go horse riding.

The 94-year-old has enjoyed this activity throughout her life and has on occasion been spotted doing so in the grounds at Windsor Castle, Town&Country reports.

Ed Sheeran: beekeeping

The 29-year-old award-winner is now a beekeeper after installing a beehive at his six-hectare Suffolk home, which has been dubbed Sheerenville, Metro reports.

Ed, who already has an orchard, a greenhouse for growing vegetables and keeps goats as well as chickens on his property, is now on a quest to make his own honey.

Nicole Kidman: coin collector

According to Harper’s Bazaar, the 52-year-old is all about getting her coins – ancient coins of Judea to be exact which are a series of commemorative coins from Roman times.

Azealia Banks: witchcraft

In 2016 rapper Azealia Banks shared a series of Instagram posts in which she admitted to having for three years practised brujería – which is the Spanish word for witchcraft, PEOPLE reports.

In the Instagram series, the 28-year-old shared videos of her closet, which she was cleaning out and where she’d previously stored sacrificed animals.

Yikes!

Sources: The Sun, Town&Country, Metro, Harper’s Bazaar

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