Angelina Jolie is “open” to adopting again.
The ‘Changeling’ actress – who is currently visiting earthquake-hit Haiti in her role as a UN Goodwill Ambassador – laughed off reports she and partner Brad Pitt are planning to take on the care of an orphan from the disaster-stricken nation, but admits they haven’t ruled out expanding their family further in future.
She told CNN: “I’m always open to children around the world. We’re that kind of a family; Brad and I talk about that.
“But that’s not what we’re focusing on at this time, by any means. We’re not here for that. We’re here to see how we can help protect the children in country and scale up the needs here.”
Angelina and Brad are already parents to three adopted children, Cambodian Maddox, eight, five-year-old Zahara, from Ethiopia, and Pax, six, who hails from Vietnam.
They also have three biological children, Shiloh, three, and 19-month-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
Earlier this week, Angelina call for a restriction on adopting Haitian children in the aftermath of the disaster.
She said: “New adoptions should definitely not be encouraged as an immediate response to the emergency. Haiti had many trafficking problems before the earthquake and now must keep a very close watch on the children. I would encourage as much support as possible to groups like UNICEF providing care for children in country."