The ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ actress reportedly has had plans to adopt a seventh child for a while and ‘wants it to happen within the next few months.’
AceShowbiz –Angelina Jolie will still likely have her hands full after her eldest child Maddox moved to South Korea to pursue his university education. The mother of six is reportedly planning to adopt another kid after her son left for college.
A source tells Radar Online that the 44-year-old actress has had the plans for a while, and she “wants it to happen within the next few months.” The source reveals, “This has been in the works for a while, but she put it on hold until after Maddox officially left home.”
Angie, however, has not made a decision regarding where her seventh kid will be adopted from. “Because of her ties to so many countries, Angie has several options to choose from that won’t involve too much red tape or background screening,” another source explains. “She’s doing this very methodically and still favors picking a child from an impoverished region she’s familiar with, like Syria or another part of the Middle East.”
Though the Academy Award-winning actress will be busy filming Marvel’s upcoming movie “The Eternals” in the next few months, the source claims that “the plan is to have a child in her arms by the year’s end at the latest.”
Radar previously reported that Angie was “not feeling very strong” after Maddox left home. She allegedly wanted to try dating again to fill the void.
Angie dropped 18-year-old Maddox off at Yonsei University in Seoul last month. She later confessed to having an ugly cry moment when she’s about to leave her son at the college. “Oh my god, and embarrass your children ugly cry!” she revealed. “I also, just at some point, had the big [sun]glasses and the amount of times I turned and waved.”
Admitting that she had not stopped crying after Maddox moved overseas, the “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” star went on sharing, ” I miss him, I miss him. Or I’ll just get out there. It’s not like I haven’t set my plane tickets.”
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