It’s confirmed: The “Wicked Witch of the West” wants more kids!
No, she’s not going to turn them into baby witches. But yes, she’s raising a family – a real large one comprising various ethnicities, mostly the exotic type.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt with children Maddox, 5, Shiloh, 7 months, and Zahara, gather in Cambodia together in November 2006.
We’re talking of course about 31-year-old Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie who has acknowledged the “witch” tag given her by critics.
In an interview with Reader’s Digest released on Thursday, May 10, Jolie said she wants more children after adopting a third child – three-year-old Pax from Vietnam. Her other kids are Cambodian refugee Maddox, five years old; Ethiopian refugee Zahara, 2; and Shiloh, her own daughter with Brad Pitt who was born in May last year.
Asked whether she wanted more children, she said; “Yeah, yeah. More biological, more adopted.”
Jolie said she adopted Pax just last March so that Maddox would have a brother who looked like him. “It became clear to us that it might be important to have somebody around who is similar to the other children so they have a connection.”
So to all ethnic and exotic mothers out there, watch out for a puffy lipped angel who could fly your child away on her broomstick!
In the Reader’s Digest interview, Jolie also dismissed persistent reports in celebrity magazines that her relationship with Pitt was on the rocks because of their growing family and work commitments.
Asked whether they fight, Jolie said: “Not really. We’ll get into issues about global events.”
Okay, they don’t fight like “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.” But Lara Croft and the mighty Achilles do square off on a “global” scale!
Also, Jolie said if gossips about her and Pitt get printed in newspapers, they don’t worry much as long as they’re not in The New York Times. “Our first question is, what paper is it in? The New York Times? If not, do we really need to worry?” she said.
But she would have a reason to worry if the gossips appear on the Daily Bugle or the Daily Planet. Spider-Man or Superman could be too much to handle for the Tomb Raider!
She said she and Pitt had no plans to wed. “We’ve both been married before. Our focus when we got together was family, and we are legally bound to our children. That really seems to be the most important thing,” she said.
Yeah, sure: Marriage is just a piece of paper that can easily be torn off. And some celebrities tear off marriage certificates even before the ink dries!