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Angelina Jolie's mom flies out to Paris?

03/30/2006 at 10:13 AM ET

by auditioning CBB contributor Kristin

Ireland Online is reporting that Angelina Jolie has flown her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, out to Paris to be present for the birth of her grandchild. Ireland Online says that the British newspaper, The Sun, reports, "Angelina is very close to her mother and she wanted her to be there for the birth. Angelina has been having regular check-ups at a hospital in Paris and it is expected that she will give birth within the next few weeks."

Source: Ireland Online

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Stacey on

That’s cool. Her Mother is dying too. It’ll be special for both of them. I know I couldn’t have given birth without my Mother by my side.

joy on

I thought Angie flew back home to the U.S.?

landroverdisco on

Angelina looks grey, gaunt and ultra “veiny”. Hopefully, her mother gives her some wise health advice.

Stacey on

Well the veins showing is a common problem in pregnancy. As for being gaunt, I agree. She looked better with some meat on her.

She’s skin and bones with a belly.

*remembers the old curvy Angie*

joy on

its all the stress of traveling. She needs to take it easy.


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