Angelina Jolie Has Another Child on the Way

angelina jolie brad pittLooks like they're going for round seven! They're already parents to six kids (Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne), but rumors are that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are looking to adopt yet again. The couple have already started the adoption process for a 2-year-old boy from Syria.


Jolie has visited the war-torn country and met with refugees on multiple trips. When news broke that the couple had married back in August 2014, Jolie made an official statement. But instead of addressing her wedding, she instead spoke of the Syrian refugee crisis and the global demand for change.

And now, it looks like they'll be looking to that exact nation for their latest addition. According to Woman's Day, an Australian publication, the couple has undergone months of top-secret negotiations about adopting the little boy, whose name is Moussa.

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Angie apparently met the "adorable" toddler on one of her trips to the Altinzou refugee camp in Turkey, which is where the 2-year-old currently lives.

A charity worker tells the magazine:

Angelina heard about him from a translator and she was obviously upset, but Moussa was just beaming from ear to ear and when he saw she was wiping tears from her eyes he toddled up to her and gave her a hug and it was a very emotional moment and everyone was suddenly laughing and smiling. She kissed him on the top of his head and then they were basically inseparable for the rest of the visit.

Excuse us. Just tearing up a little over here. 

The couple has famously adopted three of their six children and has always said they want a big family.

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And now with Moussa joining the brood, they'll officially be a family of nine.

Congratulations to the parents!

Are you surprised Brad and Angelina are adopting again?


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