The an estimated 4.1 million dollars pictures of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's baby girl hit newsstand Friday June 9th, 2006. The six photos, taken at a private shoot, show the newly parents snuggling and holding baby Shiloh, who was born May 27 in Namibia, delivered by Caesarean section, and weighed in 7 pounds.
The costly pictures were taken by the same Getty Images photographer who shot the family in the Namibian desert on April 19. People magazine paid an estimated 4.1 million dollars for the images, which the celebrity couple is donating to as-yet-unnamed charities. About the images, the magazine writes "She's got Dad's baby blues and just a soft crop of fair hair, but it's those lips -- check out the super-size pout -- that most give her away. Yes, Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt is definitely her mother's daughter."
That's not all, in the accompanying feature it is also reported that Pitt and Jolie altogether with their three children have left Namibia after a two-month stay at a luxury beach resort, an official said Saturday. Samuel Nuuyoma, the governor of the Namibian region of Erongo, moreover, confirmed the family's departure but would not say when they left or where they went. "We are very proud that our daughter was born here, and we leave with fond memories and definitely hungry to return", so Pitt said at a news conference Wednesday for the peace they enjoyed in the southwest African country.