Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are set to introduced a new addition to their growing family.
Woman's Day can reveal that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are adopting a two-year-old boy from war-torn Syria.
After months of top-secret negations, the couple, who already have three adopted children from third-world backgrounds in addition to three biological children, will welcome little Moussa to their growing brood.
The toddler is currently marooned in the Altinozu refugee camp in Turkey, but will soon live a life of luxury.
It was during one of Ange's visits to the camp in her role as a United Nations ambassador for refugees and displaced people earlier this year that she first met "adorable" Moussa.
“Angelina heard about him from a translator and she was obviously upset, but Moussa was just beaming from ear to ear and when he saw she was wiping tears from her eyes he toddled up to her and gave her a hug and it was a very emotional moment and everyone was suddenly laughing and smiling," says a charity worker.
“She kissed him on the top of his head and then they were basically inseparable for the rest of the visit."
After an extensive check confirmed he was an orphan, Ange began the process of filing for adoption.
Moussa will join Cambodian-born Maddox, 13, Vietnamese Pax, 11, and nine-year-old Ethiopian Zahara, as the adopted members of the chaotic "Brangie bunch", which also includes biological children Shiloh, 8, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 5.
While the prospect of seven children under the age of 13 is enough to send many parents into a panic, Brad and Ange are taking it in their stride.
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