Pitt and Jolie have baby girl: People magazine
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie
gave birth to a daughter fathered by Hollywood movie star Brad
Pitt, People magazine said late on Saturday.
A representative for the couple said Jolie, 30, gave birth
to their daughter Shiloh Nouvel Jolie Pitt, in Namibia, Africa.
There were no further details available, People reported.
Pitt, 42, and Jolie met in 2004 while working together on
the film “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” in which they played married
assassins ordered to kill each other. The movie ends with the
two still alive and happily married.
Representatives for Jolie and Pitt could not be immediately
reached for comment.
Jolie already has two adopted children — son Maddox, 4,
and daughter Zahara, who is about 15 months old.
The couple has been closely followed by the tabloids in
Namibia since they arrived there more than six weeks ago to
have their baby.
Green cloth screens mask the beach resort where they are
staying and bodyguards and Namibian security have kept a tight
cordon around the family, hounding some journalists out of
town. Photographers from all over the world are hoving nearby,
hoping to capture the first picture of the baby, which is
expected to garner a multimillion-dollar price tag.
A South African photographer was arrested on Wednesday for
the second time after he was caught on private property trying
to snap a picture of Pitt and Jolie.