Angie isn’t set to adopt. Not yet
After her last visit to earthquake-stricken Haiti as a UN Goodwil Ambassador, Angelina Jolie has to deny the reports she and her partner Brad Pitt are going to adopt their next baby from this country.
According to Jolie who’s got three adopted kids, this isn’t the right time for adoption even though parents do mean well and want to help by adopting a child from Haiti:
An emergency is not the time for new adoptions in any way. Child trafficking has been a huge problem for a very long time. Everybody that means well needs to really take that very seriously,” she said, according to Hollyscoop.com. “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.”
During her visit to Haiti Angie met with children survivors of the natural disaster as well as organizations operating in the region to help people deal with the tragedy. Jolie saw the scale of operations being done and what other challenges were to be faced in the nearest future.
Talking to parents who want to adopt from Haiti right now, Angie said that “people need to not get frustrated but really work with the country.”
Saint Angelina indeed!
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