Jolie, Pitt want to adopt little girl from Syria

California - They already have six rambunctious children at their Los Feliz, California home. But Angelina Jolie, 39, and Brad Pitt, 51, are looking into adding to their brood, according to a Thursday report from UsWeekly. Together they already have Maddox, aged 13, Pax, aged 11, Zahara, aged 10, Shiloh, aged eight, and twins Vivienne and Knox, aged six. 'They want to adopt a little girl from Syria,' a source told the publication.
And the adoption process won't be down the line. It has already started, it has been claimed. 'It's in the works,' added the insider.
Though a rep for Pitt denied the story, the source added adopting form Syria has been on the By The Sea director's mind for some time. Syria has also been on the Unbroken director's mind for some time. The beauty has visited the ISIS-ravaged country six times since 2012. While there she visited refugee camps as she is a special envoy for the UN. 'Meeting these children was a heartrending experience,' Jolie said in 2014. 'Their childhood has been hijacked.'
On January 25 the Salt actress was seen talking to grade school children while at a camp on Dohuk, Iraq. She appeared to engage with their well as she knelt down to their level. It was only last month that Angelina - who married Pitt in the summer of 2014 - revealed that she could not biologically have children again as she had her ovaries removed.
The icon had the operation to prevent cancer cells from taking over the organs. Her mother Marcheline Bertrand died from cancer in 2007.
Though the looker had a very busy 2014 - she starred in Maleficent and directed Unbroken, as well as starring in and directing By The Sea with Pitt - her 2015 looks more quiet, which should make adoption, and have a new child in the house, easier.

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