If Angelina Jolie has one more kid, she’s going to be living in a shoe.
Remember the days when Brad Pitt and Angelina were an are they/aren’t they couple, trying to avoid too much paparazzi attention following the fallout from Brad’s divorce? Those days are long gone, and lately, the two can’t seem to gush about each other enough.
In the January issue of Marie Claire, Angelina discusses her life with Brad Pitt.
“[Brad] has expanded my life in ways I never imagined. We built a family. He is not just the love my life, he is my family. I hold that very dear,” Angelina said.
“I suppose what I’ve learned from Brad is to be able to have the kind of family whose happiness and well-being comes before your own. I’m very very grateful to have such a loving family, and I wouldn’t have that without him.”
And when asked whether or not she’s done having kids, Angelina said:
“Nothing planned at the moment, but we just don’t know.”
She added: “I could end up pregnant.”
Yep, basically, Angelina Jolie just said, ‘I’m having unprotected sex.’
I like how Angelina uses the phrase, “end up pregnant,” like she’s That’s a high school senior about to start college—‘I was all set to start my first semester at Baylor, but I ended up pregnant.’
If you'll remember, not too long ago, Brad said the same thing.
“You know, I don’t know that we’re finished,” Brad said of having more kids with Jolie. “I don’t know yet. I don’t know.”
Jolie recently made her directorial debut with In the Land of Blood and Honey, a love story that happens amidst the Bosnian War.
When writing the story, Jolie says, “I obviously put myself in the position of what would have happened if I were in this situation.”
She added: "If I were in love with somebody and we happened to be from separate sides of the conflict but we were in love before the conflict started, how far would I be able to go? How much could I be open to, and when would I start to close off? Is it love, or is it survival?"
Jolie revealed that a lot of the story’s darkest parts were written in her daughter Shiloh’s art class. Because nothing takes you to that depressing corner of your mind like being surrounded by a bunch of five year-olds with finger paint.
“I was in the back corner, waiting for the kids to finish," she says. "And then somehow it slowly ended up being read by Brad, and then friends. There was a discussion of making it, and I just was terrified to hand it over to anybody. It wasn't that I said, 'I'm going to write something, and I want to direct it.'”