Angelina Jolie's tattoo sparks new rumors about baby with Brad Pitt
A bit of new ink on Angelina Jolie's tattooed arm has speculators in a tizzy over the possibility that the actress may be adopting or having another child with partner Brad Pitt -- rumors that are eclipsing her international altruism.
The UN refugee agency's goodwill ambassador visited Somali refugees at the Libya-Tunisia border earlier this week while showing off a tattoo of another set of map coordinates below the numerals marking the birthplaces of her six children, WonderWall reported.
The tattoo begins "N 35" degrees, which could point to Algeria, the blog said. Though it could also signify Pitt's Oklahoma birthplace, In Touch reported. And a source told People that the new baby rumors were also false.
The Cleopatra star's international brood includes Maddox, 9, born in Cambodia; Pax, 7, born in Vietnam; Zahara, 6, born in Ethiopia; Shiloh, 4, born in Namibia; and Vivienne and Knox, the couple's 2-year-old twins who call France their birthplace.
Jolie, 35, and Pitt, 47, have squelched new baby rumors recently, though Jolie has said she is not opposed to adding to the clan.
Jolie enabled 177 people to fly back to their homelands and donated an ambulance for health efforts in Tunisia via the Jolie-Pitt Foundation, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
"The international community has done well to reinforce Tunisia's remarkable relief effort," Jolie said in a statement. "But with 2,000 people still crossing each day, we cannot let the funding dry up and need to sustain the momentum."
Meanwhile, papa Pitt took the kids to a screening of "Hop" in Los Angeles and an Easter egg hunt.
What a fam.
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Photos: Goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie visits Somali refugees at Shousha Camp, near the Tunisian-Libyan boder at Ras Djir on Tuesday; arm closeup. Credit: Jason Tanner / UNHCR / Associated Press