Jolie and Pitt wanna more children

10:34, July 13, 2010      

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Angelina Jolie says she and Brad Pitt still 'love' the idea of having more children. But Jolie says that she and Pitt currently have no plans on expanding their family. [chinadaily.com.cn/agencies]


Jolie told Good Morning America that despite the lack of sleep raising her six kids is an 'honour.' "There's no plans at the moment for more. But we always talk about it. We're always open. You know?" said Jolie. "We kind of joke about it, because in the morning we're so tired. Because nobody spends the night. We wake up and we have breakfast. And so, we always have this thing kind of first thing in the morning where we're really, really tired. And we always look at each other and wonder like, Are we ever gonna get sleep?' And then we joke about sleep. But yet, we still love the idea of having more children."

Source: chinadaily.com.cn/agencies

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