Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are reportedly keen on adopting another baby. This time, the Hollywood couple is said to be planning on a Syrian baby after Jolie was "moved to tears" by the plight of orphans in the war-torn country. Jolie has been a constant visitor of Syrian refugee camps for her work with the United Nations.
A business associate revealed the Jolie-Pitts' plans to The Express a few weeks after Jolie, 39, shared via an op-ed piece published in the New York Times that she had her ovaries removed following a cancer scare.
"Now she has sorted out her health issues, she and Brad believe the time is right to adopt another orphan from there, most likely a daughter," the source told The Express.
Another friend apparently also told the news outlet that the couple would like to finish the adoption process before the summer ends this yea, saying, "Angelina's feeling good about turning 40 in June with a clean bill of health but what will make her happiness complete is seeing a new little face at the dinner table." But the Daily Mail reports that Pitt's reps denied any adoption is happening.
In January, rumors of the adoption already surfaced after a social worker divulged via Women's Day that the Jolie-Pitts were ready to take in Moussa, a 2-year-old Syrian boy. The child would've been the couple's fourth adoption after Maddox, 13, from Cambodia, Pax, 11, from Vietnam, and Zahara, 10, from Ethiopia. The couple has three biological children, Shiloh, 8, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 6.