They're at it again! Brangelina adopt Syrian refugee baby
This good couple never stops! Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie want to adopt yet another child to add to their brood.
Angie, who is currently visiting the Syrian refugees in Jordan as part of her humanitarian work, has said that she would love to adopt a refugee Syrian baby girl.
"Angie and Brad's attitude towards kids is the more the merrier and that once you have several a few more makes no difference. She has been particularly touched by the situation in Syria and wants to adopt a child from Jordan to do her bit to help. The publicity would help draw the world's attention to what's going on there," a source told The Sun newspaper.
Queen Rania of Jordan, who is said to be a good friend of Angelina's, is happy to help the golden couple with the adoption procedures. “She is friends with Queen Rania of Jordan, so that has got to help with adopting a child. But Angie and Brad also want to have one more biological child so she is eating a diet rich in potassium,” the source added.
The couple have already got three biological children - daughter Shiloh, and twin sons Knox and Vivienne, and three adopted children - son Maddox and Pax, and daughter Zahara, but have agreed that it's time for two more kids now. How very brave of the doting parentals!
The 38-year-old actress recently had a double mastectomy after finding out she has an inherited genetic mutation that puts her at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer, and the life-changing operation has reportedly made her more focused on family than ever before.
The source added, “Angie and Brad are even more into their family after her recent health scare. It has focused them on what’s important in life.”
We admire you Brangelina, we really do.
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