Jolie Pitt Decide to Add to their Family Trophy Case

::sigh::

http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news?id=30127

Fresh from welcoming Pax into her life is Angelina Jolie now planning on a fourth adoption?

It has been claimed that the Hollywood actress already has plans to adopt a fourth child – taking her family with Brad Pitt to a brood of five!

Jolie is apparently keen to adopt a girl from Chad to “balance the family.” Angelina’s family currently consists of Cabodian son Maddox, Ethipian daughter Zahara, biological daughter (with boyfriend Brad Pitt) Shiloh and Vietnamese son Pax.

A source is quoted by the News Of The World as saying: “Angelina and Brad want to make sure Zahara doesn’t feel alienated as the only black face in their family. She feels the children need a balance of faces in their life.”

And Angelina has already set her sights on another child, the paper reports she has fallen in love with a one-year-old girl from Oure Cassoni and has already asked her lawyers to begin the adoption process.

The source added that Jolie “is hoping to have her daughter home by the summer.”

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2 Comments on “Jolie Pitt Decide to Add to their Family Trophy Case

  1. Given that this is true, which I really don’t doubt. Great, now she’ll have matching sets. Vietnam, Cambodia. Same Same. Chad, Ethiopa. Same same.

    And all by summer! Let me guess, she didn’t really “pick” a child, and she actually filed MONTHS ago, right?

    Hate is a strong word. But I really, really, really, don’t like her.

  2. For the longest time I’ve been in support of these adoptions. Even movie stars can have that much love in their hearts, right? But now, even I’ve got to admit this is getting a little extreme. What I want to know is are they even concerned about the hodge podge of cultures they are picking up? Do they expect these kids to grow up as purely “American” without a thought to the personal heritage they might long for as they grow older?

    Four unique, disparate cultures in a single household. I guess, at the very least, it’s an interesting social experiment. But I wonder how much of a “household” it really is?

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