(In the above pic Angelina was snapped out with Zahara and Shiloh in October)
Rumor has it that Angelina is set to adopt another child to add to her growing brood. Reportedly, she is looking at adopting a baby from Syria to complete her rainbow family.
However according to OK! magazine Angelina, 34, is doing so alone without partner Brad Pitt ,45. Brad is apparently not keen on adding another child to their family.
OK! magazine said that Angelina is intending to head to the Middle East to rescue a girl after three previous adoptions from Africa and Asia.
A source said: ‘[Brad] has made it clear that six children are more than he can handle.
‘The idea of one more seemed ludicrous, but Angie is determined to complete her rainbow family.’
And it appears when Angelina sets her mind to something, no one can stop her. Angelina adopted son Maddox, now eight, from Cambodia while still married to actor Billy Bob Thornton, but received sole custody following their divorce. She has two other adopted children, Zahara, four, and Pax, who turns five later this month.
And she has three biological children with Pitt, Shiloh, three, and 16-month-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
A spokesman for the Immigration and Naturalization Service in DC said that ‘only [Angelina’s] name [was] on the [adoption] papers’.
Meanwhile, Angelina’s father Jon Voight, 70, has confirmed that he has reconciled with his daughter. Jon admitted that he and Angelina have got back in touch after they fell out in 2001.
It is also being reported in the new book ‘Brangelina: The Untold Story of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’ that “they’ve broken up so many times it would make your head spin.”
The book also claims Angelina “has a temper like a cobra.” The book even alleges that she confessed to hiring a hit man to kill her in 1998 because she was so distraught.
Us magazine reported that Angelina still has her battles with Brad, 45 – especially when it comes to their six children.
“They fight all the time about the kids – where to put toys, saying the wrong thing to a nanny, not cleaning up,” one source told Us magazine. “Like cats and dogs.”