Angelina expected to give birth any hour now

Filed under: Bump Watch, Rumors

Thanks to Brenda for this tip. This article boasts, '"Jolie ... is expected to go into labor in the next 48 hours," reports the Namibian newspaper, which apparently has a source deep within her womb.'

The MSNBC article goes on to say that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have quietly agreed to let weekly tabloid US Weekly have the first picture of their expected newborn child. The sum of $5 Million agreed upon will be sent to UNICEF. South Africa's Sunday Times had reported that Jolie had a deal with People magazine for the sum of $3.5 Million. I suppose time will tell. The rationale is that the couple want to help other people benefit from the birth of their child. They probably know that a photograph of their child is inevitable, so they might as well control the distribution of the first photographs and try to help other children.




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