Angelina Jolie had her first U.S. TV interview since the birth of baby daughter, Shiloh.
The actress's rather large belly arises questions.
Here it comes, the Oscar-winning, new mummy gave her first U.S. TV interview since the two-month stay in Namibia for a memorable child delivery on May 27, 2006. Shiloh Nouvel's biological mother's interview is scheduled to broadcast on CNN's night news show, Anderson Cooper 360. Angelina Jolie had the talk taped in Los Angeles within this week, as CNN claimed last Friday.
In the interview, Jolie, who is returning to Los Angeles this week, described her claimed-as-terrifying experience during the process, including the companionship from Shiloh's biological father, Brad Pitt, with whom she is now parents of three: Cambodian adopted son, Maddox, Ethiopian adopted daughter, Zahara, and baby girl, Shiloh. Moreover, Jolie also commented on the issue of giving one-third of her income for charity.
Coincidentally, the baby-talk interview with this "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" star is aired exactly on the World Refugee Day. By then, she, who is also a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, will also share about her work with refugees.