Jolie and Pitt set up home in France

Angelina Jolie has fuelled rumours she's planning to give birth to her second natural child in France after moving into Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's villa in St Jean Cap Ferrat for the summer.

Local reports suggest the actress, her partner Brad Pitt and their four children flew to nearby Nice, France on Monday and they plan to stay at Allen's secluded home for "a long duration."

Two nannies and three bodyguards joined the family at Villa Maryland.

Pitt and Jolie previously borrowed the property for a break in 2006, just before their daughter Shiloh was born.

The couple is expected to remain in St Jean Cap Ferrat at least until the end of the Cannes Film Festival on May 25.

Jolie has two new films screening at the festival - animated movie Kung Fu Panda and Clint Eastwood's 'The Changeling'.

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