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Angelina Jolie, rainbow mother

Angelina Jolie, rainbow mother


The news that Angelina Jolie became her mother again made a quick detour to Earth. However, the beautiful brunette is not, as it was heard, pregnant with the child of the guild colleague, Brad Pitt, but adopted a girl from Ethiopia.

The news that Angelina Jolie became her mother again made a quick detour to Earth. However, the beautiful brunette is not, as it was heard, pregnant with the child of the guild colleague, Brad Pitt, but adopted a girl from Ethiopia.
Zahara Marley Jolie - how to be baptized little - is only five months old and is very likely to be infected with HIV, and Angelina found her in the Addis Ababa orphanage. "I am glad we have a new purchase in the family," the actress said. "My son (Maddox, the first adoptive son of the star) is in love with Africa and has been asking for a brother or sister on this continent for some time."
Angelina, aged 30, did not go alone on the African continent.

She was accompanied by Brad Pitt. Even though the two continue to deny an alleged love affair, they are spending more and more time together. Brad, who divorced Jennifer Aniston immediately after being said to have a relationship with Angelina Jolie, was not listed as the baby's adoptive father. The actor is waiting for Jolie to finish the acts and be able to leave together for her residence in England, where the actress has been living for more than two years. The two actors, who came close during the filming of "Mr. And Mrs. Smith", were seen buying children's clothes together from a well-known London store.
A medical sister, an employee of the orphanage, told The Sun: "Zahara looks very much like Angelina. Even the color of her eyes is the same. Jolie told me he would take great care of her." Angelina, who adopted Maddox three years ago from an orphanage in Cambodia, said she would not stop here. "I want to create a rainbow family," the star confessed. "I want to adopt children from different religions, from different cultures and from different countries. I think I have to look for my children all over the world. And I know they are mine even if I didn't give them birth."