Friday, 20 March 2015

Kenya: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to Adopt Kenyan Kid?

By Grace Kerongo
Children's homes in Kenya should start dusting up their pamphlets and updating their websites. This is because, if word on the street is true, then the Jolie-Pitt clan is about to grow by the addition of a Kenyan orphan.

According to OK! Magazine, the power couple is thinking of adopting baby from Kenya.
Kenya: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to Adopt Kenyan Kid?
They will reportedly finalise the details when they get to the country to shoot the film Africa.

A close insider confided to the magazine, "They've agreed to adopt a child from Kenya. They're really excited about the future. Their happiest moments revolved around their kids."

The selected Kenyan orphan will join the power couple's brood that includes Maddox from Cambodia, Zahara from Ethiopia, and Pax from Vietnam.

Their birth daughter Shiloh Nouvel was born in Namibia. She was followed by twins son Knox Léon and daughter Vivienne Marcheline.

Anyhow, early this year, Chris Foot, the Kenya Film Commission boss told Word is, "Regarding the Richard Leakey film Africa, we are in touch with them (producers) and seeing if we can arrange a bespoke incentive package that would work for them and which would be acceptable to Treasury and the KRA."

The shooting of the movie may begin in early May.
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