Brangelina have fueled the moving-to-France rumors with their being reported to make an offer on an 850-year-old stone house in Eygalieres, in France's Provence region.
It appears that Brangelina take the moving-to-France rumors seriously. US Weekly is reporting that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have made an offer on an 850-year-old stone house in Eygalieres, in France's Provence region, thus added fuel to the rumors that they're going to have their upcoming baby there.
Per the publication, Brangelina first looked at the $20 million property in Eygalieres last year, yet lost interest after they were told that Brad would not be given permission to build a motorbike circuit in the five-acre grounds. The official name of the building is Mas de la Chapelle St. Sixte.
The expectant parents, however, changed their mind soon "as they found out it was now possible, they jumped at the chance," a source told US Weekly.
In related news, US Weekly also claims that Jolie has been having "long conversations" with staff at the American Hospital in Paris about using the hospital's facilities when she gives birth to the baby she's carrying.
"Angelina knows all about our reputation. She is certain she'd be happy giving birth here," a source at the hospital told US Weekly.
Rumors were mounting earlier this week that Brad and Jolie were planning to have their next child delivered in the south of France, the native country of Jolie's late mother Marcheline Bertrand who died of ovarian cancer on January 27 last year.
Jolie reportedly is due to give birth in early summer.