Brad and Angelina to adopt another child?
Angelina Jolie returned from a recent visit to northern Iraq where she visited refugee camps to witness the ill conditions of the victims. The refugee camps hold thousands of displaced Iraqi’s and Syrians who have endured the wrath of terrorist groups such as Islamic State. According to an anonymous ‘charity worker’ who spoke to Woman’s Day, it was in one of the war torn areas of Middle East where Jolie connected emotionally with the toddler, whose name is Moussa.
“Angelina heard about him from a translator and she was obviously upset, but Moussa was just beaming from ear to ear and when he saw she was wiping tears from her eyes he toddled up to her and gave her a hug and it was a very emotional moment and everyone was suddenly laughing and smiling,” the magazine’s source said. “She kissed him on the top of his head and then they were basically inseparable for the rest of the visit.”
The couple have three biological children and have adopted an equal number of children from third world countries. Their adopted children’s names are Maddox (aged 13, from Cambodia), Pax (aged 11, from Vietnam) and Zahara (aged 9, from Ethiopia). The latest induction into the Jolie-Pitt family would raise the tally of children to seven.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie married last year in a secret ceremony. The couple take part in various charitable events throughout the world and highlight important issues that concern terrorism, poverty and crime. Back in 2005, Jolie had also visited Pakistan and met with then Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf, in an effort to highlight the plight of Afghanistan refugees in Pakistan. She has long been associated with the United Nations Refugee Agency in a bid to highlight important aspects that concern refugees worldwide.
Welcoming yet another child from a third world country into the Pitt family fold will certainly be greeted as a welcome news by the world. Brad and Angelina have always shown care, commitment and generosity when it comes to fighting global menaces and caring for the displaced.