Angelina Jolie takes new son home to Brad

March 23, 2007

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Pax Thien Jolie is on his way back to the United States with new adoptive mother Angelina Jolie. Photo / Reuters

Pax Thien Jolie is on his way back to the United States with new adoptive mother Angelina Jolie. Photo / Reuters

Angelina Jolie and her newly adopted son left Vietnam by private jet today.

Mother and son boarded a Gulfstream jet at Noi Bai Airport and are en route back to New Orleans to the home Angelina shares with Brad Pitt and their three children – five-year-old Maddox, adopted from Cambodia, two-year-old Zahara, adopted from Ethiopia, and ten-month-old biological daughter Shiloh.

The Tomb Raider star adopted three-year-old Pax Thien Jolie from the Tam Binh orphanage in Ho Chi Minh City last week

They then travelled to the country’s capital Hanoi to obtain a visa allowing him to return to the US with Angelina and her family.

Angelina and Brad visited the Tam Binh orphanage last November to distribute Thanksgiving gifts to the children, and it was then they met and decided to adopt Pax.

Last week, Angelina claimed she will be a stay-at-home parent.

She said: “I will stay home with Pax and help him adjust to his new life.

“I have four children, and caring for them is the most important thing to me at the moment.”

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However, in just a few months the 31-year-old actress is due to begin filming Wanted – a thriller co-starring James McAvoy and Morgan Freeman, in which she plays an assassin.

Her new film A Mighty Heart – produced by Brad’s Plan B production company – opens in June and she is expected to go on a lengthy promotional tour.

This spring Angelina is set to star in the Clint Eastwood-directed drama The Changeling, at the same time as her Robert Zemeckis-directed film, Beowulf, opens.

She is also signed up to star in a film version of Ayn Rand’s controversial novel Atlas Shrugged.


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