Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt want to adopt again

ss-120921-angelina-jolie-brad-pitt-tease-1036a.blocks Reportedly, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt want to adopt another child.

They already have six kids and they are considering adopting another one.

A source told Grazia magazine: ”Angelina and Brad have spent much of the festive period discussing extending their family. They’ve been open with the children about it and they are all excited at the prospect.”

Angelina and Brad initially looked into adopting a child from Jordan, but the process was too difficult so they will probably turn to Ethiopia.

”They have always wanted Zahara to have a sibling who shares her African heritage. Ideally they’d like a little girl aged between two and three,” the source added.

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4 responses to “Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt want to adopt again”

  1. John says:

    Well, this couple has finances and two loving and open hearts to share with the kids, so why not. I am happy that such a successful couple adopts kids from poor countries and provides a great chance for the kids to have a great life, unlike the one that was waiting for them in their home land. Brad and Angie change children’s destinies with their love, care and support. The couple is able to afford as many kids as they desire and they have people to take care of them when they are away of home, so I see no problem about it, but only happy for the couple and their future kid.

  2. Gillian says:

    I keep wondering do Brad and Angelina adopt all those kids because they really love children and want to have a bigger family or because it became a habit for their family. I mean do they really care about all those kids or it is just showing off? And do they make any difference between their own children and the ones that they adopted? I love children and am dealing very good with all of them, but I am not sure whether I would be a good mother to an adopted child, especially in the case where I have children of my own. A child is a gift from God, so it is strictly prohibited to use a child for some hidden reasons. I think an adopted child needs much more care and tenderness than an own child, because the adopted child, is the child who was already betrayed once by his parents who for some reasons have decided to let him go and live their own life. I think I would think twice before doing such a huge step as adoption.

  3. Theresa says:

    Wow I really admire Brad and Angelina they have so much love in their hearts and they are willing to spread it not only on their own family and children, but on the children who were less lucky in this world. I guess not every person can do it, and not mention the case of two world famous superstars, who have a wonderful life, but still find a lot of unconditional love in their hearts which they share with other people, not for something but only in order to do something good. I think they are showing a great example to other people as well, and not only to simple people but to other Hollywood stars as well, the only thing I am concerned about, is that those other actors who adopt kids from Africa to do it because they have a huge heart as well, and not in order as it became a sort of tradition in Hollywood.

  4. Harry says:

    I love Brad and Angelina, they are just perfect for each other, I think that without each other they would be incomplete, while than they stay together, I get a feeling that there is one entity in front of me and not two people. It is good that they are doing a lot of charity as well as adopt kids who are less fortunate than other and have no families or live in some very poor conditions, but I would love them to have some more kids of their own, as they have showed to the world how beautiful children they create. Their children are result of wonderful life and care towards each other; I remember there was time than I really hated both of them. I hated Angelina as she was the reason why a family got split, and I hated Brad because he has cheated on his wife Jennifer Aniston, but now I realize that, “who am I” in order to judge them, and everything that happens, happens for a reason.