Angelina wows on US TV - and reveals she wants more kids
Angelina Jolie showed off her fabulous post-baby body on a US chat show – and revealed she will adopt more children when the family is ready.
The actress only recently gave birth to twins Vivienne and Knox, but is already thinking about baby number seven.
Looking stunning in a low-cut cream dress with a sophisticated tan waist belt, Angelina revealed the only thing stopping her and Brad Pitt adopting again is the legal process.
During an interview on the Today Show, she told the host: ‘You can’t even start the process until any new children are six months old, to understand how the new family has settled.’
And she revealed that her children had already adapted well to the two new additions, adding that eldest son Maddox, 6, was already ‘professional big brother’ to Pax, 4, Zahara, 3, and Shiloh, 2.
She explained: ‘We have so many children that they’re not really stunned anymore when kids come home.
‘They’re all at that great age that they are not threatened. They’re independent.
‘They don’t need Mummy and Daddy all the time to be able to enjoy the kids.
‘They play with them, they change their diapers, they call them their babies. They have fun with them.’
Jolie also revealed that the family would continue with their travelling lifestyle until the children voice their wishes to settle somewhere.
She said: ‘I think the children will probably dictate. I think one day they will want to stay in one place a very long time.
‘But so far we’ve moved them a lot and they like moving – they like packing their bag before the next adventure and they like making new friends wherever we go.
‘We’d like to maintain that – we’d like them to be those kinds of adults where they can find home wherever they are in the world.
‘We’re more focused on teaching them that than where we’re going to settle.’
And when asked by interviewer Matt Leuer about Clint Eastwood’s claim that she has ‘the most beautiful face on the planet’, she visibly blushed, saying: ‘I’m shy and flattered by someone saying that,’ adding that she doesn’t focus on her image. ‘I was just raised to be myself. In your own life you just try to find yourself and who you are and your sense of self and where you’re comfortable with yourself.’