Angelina Jolie Denies Pregnancy Rumors...Again
Hot on the heels of bringing twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline into the world, rumors have been flying that Angelina Jolie is pregnant again. The twins joined Ange, partner Brad Pitt and four other children mere months ago, with Angelina sporting a post-baby figure few hope to achieve in the rest of their lifetimes, let alone less than a year post-pregnancy, so I'm confused why folks are seriously thinking she could be preggers again. Well, there is that thing where she sports a baby bump for months and refuses to comment on it or confirm the fact that she is pregnant. "Denial" certainly is more than a river in Egypt with the Brangelina camp.
One reason the rumor wheels are spinning could be recent comments Papa Pitt made to Oprah, as well as those made by Angelina in the past. The celebrity couple don't plan on limiting their number of kids to six, biological or adopted. Pitt's attitude is sort of "why stop now?" As for Ange, she has commented that she'd like to act less and be a mom more, a statement she naturally backed away from moments after uttering it.
Another reason is that she refused a drink at a restaurant in London recently. Well, I can tell you from experience, even though I am not pregnant (and in Ange's case, she is no longer nursing) that even if you can drink, when you have kids you don't always want to--even when you really feel like you might need a shot of something. Drinking, even one drink, can make you feel tired. Plus, Angie didn't get back down to her pre-baby size by knocking back useless calories! Part of me also likes to think the couple start these rumors themselves--hey, it assures they're always in the spotlight, hit movie on the horizon or not!
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