Angelina Jolie rules out adopting another child

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They have three biological children and three that they have adopted from around
the world.
But despite speculation in the past couple of years that Angelina Jolie and Brad
Pitt would be soon adding to their brood again, the actress today ruled it out.
Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival, she told Extra that another adoption
wasn't a possibility, 'at this time'.
Angelina adopted son Maddox, now nine, from an orphanage in Cambodia in 2002,
and then she and Pitt adopted daughter Zahara, now five, from Ethiopia in 2005
and then in 2007, they adopted Pax, now seven, from Vietnam.
Angelina also gave birth to daughter Shiloh in 2006 and twins Vivienne and Knox
in 2008.
 Angelina is in France promoting her new film Kung Fu Panda 2 and showed off her
latest latitude and longitude arm tattoo.

When asked about the new etching in the interview with Extra today, the
obviously annoyed mother-of-six confirmed that the co-ordinates are a tribute to
long-time partner  Pitt.

In a rather snappy retort, the actress was irritated when an interviewer asked
whether it related to a possible new adoption.
'Well, if they know that it's latitude and longitude they would have figured out
quickly that it was Brad's birthplace,' she snapped.
'It doesn't take much investigation to figure that one out. The coordinates are
Shawnee, Oklahoma.'
She also explained that Kung Fu Panda 2 'deals with family and adoption,' and
that initially she was nervous about how her mix of biological and adopted
children would deal with 'such a heavy issue'.
But she said she was relieved with their reaction to the film and said they all
discussed it.
'The kids loved it!' They laughed out loud, hysterical,' she said.
'We talk very openly in our house. Orphanage and birth parents are happy words
in our house.'
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