gives birth to twins - a boy and a girl
couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt welcomed the new members of
the family - the twins - on Saturday night in France. Angelina
Jolie, 33, gave birth by caesarean operation in the French
hospital to twins, a boy and a girl, and according to reports,
the babies are doing well. "The babies are doing well. The
operation went just perfectly. Angelina is in very good spirits.
Brad Pitt was at her side. He was there and all was well,"
Gynecologist Michel Sussmann was quoted by People magazine. The
doctor told the Associated Press that the Cesarean was moved
forward "for medical reasons" so that the babies could be born
"in the best conditions." The names of the Angelina Jolie's
twins are Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline. Jolie is expected
to remain in the hospital for a few days. Pictures of the twins
are expected to fetch thousands.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, who met in
2005 on the set of "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" have six kids, counting
the twins. They are already parents to Maddox, 6; Pax, 4; Zahara,
3; and biological daughter Shiloh, 2, which was born in Namibia.
Of course there were odds offered on Angelina Jolie's babies
since back in February. At
the online bookmaker
BodogSports mixed-gender twins held
underdog odds of 5/1, while two girls was the favorite outcome
at 2/1. Odds were also published on the possible name of the
newborn, "Jane" was the favorite with odds 7/1, followed by "Shani"
at 8/1 and "Sarah" with odds 9/1.