Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie & Family

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    Brad Pitt, 42, Angelina Jolie, 30, son Maddox Jolie-Pitt, 4, and daughter Zahara Jolie-Pitt, 1, and all their staff including their nannies and security team had dinner together at the"Oyster Bar" in Namibia this past Saturday. In the pictures above, I spy Brad, Angelina, Maddox and Angelina's long-time bodyguard Mickey Brett. Angelina's older brother James Haven (Jamie) is rumored to have been there -- in the white shirt/hat. And just this past Friday, in Brad and Angelina's ongoing battle for privacy, South African photographer John Liebenberg was arrested Friday for trespassing a private hospital on a tip-off that Angelina was giving birth. Has Angelina given birth yet? No official word yet. More pictures in the gallery. Happy squinting!
    Dad-to-be Brad Pitt gets saddled with the kids--and loves every minute. The actor went on a fun bike ride with partner Angelina Jolie's adopted children in Africa. With 16-month-old Zahara strapped safely to his back he watched with pride as Maddox, age four, rode next to him on a tiny bike with [training wheels] and a red crash helmet. Brad, 42, is in Namibia with Angelina, 30, who is due to give birth to their first child together any day now. But despite the nervous wait he seemed totally relaxed as he cycled in the bright sun
  2. Will they refer to her children as being adopted in every single piece of news for the rest of their lives?

  3. They should 'drop' adopted word ... we all know they are adopted..:blink:
  4. I agree.
  5. Ita.
  6. i think they are such a beautiful family! i can't wait to see what their new addition looks like :smile:
  7. aargh

    why won't she give birth already!!
  8. Wishing them all the best!
  9. AWW! Brad seems to be in heaven!!! That is SO CUTE!!! He really DID wanted to be a father and I am happy his wish came true!:yes:
  10. Their kid is going to be either incredibly gorgeous or super ugly! ;)
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    Pitt and Jolie: Beautiful people, beautiful baby?
    Posted 1/11/2006 7:11 PM
    NEW YORK (AP) — If the two most gorgeous people in the world had a child, what would it look like? Angelina Jolie will answer that question this summer, when the bombshell Mr. and Mrs. Smith actress is due to give birth to boyfriend Brad Pitt's baby.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Lawrence Reed said Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's child's good genes will in all likelihood make his services unnecessary.

    Pitt's publicist, Cindy Guagenti, confirmed to The Associated Press on Wednesday that Jolie is pregnant with Pitt's child. Jolie leaked the news to a charity aid worker while filming the political thriller The Good Shepherd in the Dominican Republic on Monday, People magazine reported. (Related story: Jolie to have Pitt's baby)

    Pitt, Hollywood heartthrob and former flame to actresses Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow, has also filed to be the adoptive father of Jolie's two children, Maddox and Zahara.

    But their new addition will be the glamorous couple's first biological baby, a presumable shoo-in for "Sexiest Offspring Alive."

    That would follow in the parents' footsteps. Jolie was named Esquire magazine's "Sexiest Woman Alive" in 2004, while Pitt was named People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" in 1994 and 2000.

    Dr. Lawrence Reed, a New York City-based plastic surgeon, said the child's good genes will in all likelihood make his services unnecessary.

    "You have a very beautiful mother with great bone structure," said Reed. "You have a very handsome father with excellent bone structure and facial features. The genetic prediction would make this child have a greater chance by far of being what everyone would consider an attractive baby, an attractive person."

    Reed said he predicts Brangelina's baby will be "much taller" than Pitt, who stands at 6 feet, and the 5 feet, 7 inches Jolie.

    "The eyes will be incredible," he said. "I can't see this ever not working out."

    Dr. Stephen Marquardt, who studies human attractiveness and uses math to measure beauty ratios, disagrees, saying gene combinations can produce infinite possibilities, including less attractive results.

    Nevertheless, Marquardt said he thinks there's "probably a better chance that you can have pretty kids if you have pretty people."

    "I think if you kind of averaged their faces, you'd have a pretty reasonable looking kid," said Marquardt. "She's real exaggerated, he's kind of plain."

    But in the end, as Dr. Jasper Rine, a genetics professor at the University of California at Berkeley, points out, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    "Based upon my many years of experience with genetics and as a parent, I can safely predict that the two parents will consider their baby beautiful."

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