Angelina Jolie recently underwent a cancer preventative surgery and had her ovaries removed – but that doesn’t mean the actress will not get pregnant again and have another baby with husband Brad Pitt. In 2014, Jolie learned that she possessed a deadly gene that made her susceptible to breast cancer and ovarian cancer – the brave actress opted to have a mastectomy and have her ovaries removed to ensure that she could live a long and healthy life and be able to care for her six children. But, according to a new report form OK! Magazine, Angelina Jolie still plans to have another baby.
The April 27th edition of OK! Magazine reveals that Angelina had her eggs frozen before her ovaries were removed – and although she parted ways with her reproductive organs and fallopian tubes, her uterus is still very much intact and she is physically able to carry another baby and give birth. An insider dished to OK! Magazine, “They [Angelina and Brad] want another child. Parenthood is the biggest role of their lives and they weren’t ready to give up on having another biological baby. They want to make the most of life after everything that she has been through.”
No one would be shocked if Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt announced they were adding another baby, whether it be biological or adopted, to their large family of eight. But, if the full-time actors and parents do wish to have another baby, they might want to hurry up – Brad Pitt is 51 years old, the last thing he wants to be doing is raising children in his 70s. Right now Brad and Angie already have a full plate with six children to raise – and their twins Vivienne and Knox are only 6 years old, so they are in for the long haul.
Do you think that Angelina Jolie will use her frozen eggs to get pregnant with another baby? Should she just focus on the children that she is already raising – would adding another one be too much for the actress to manage? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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