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The anticipated baby: Angelina + Bakkouz

Bakkouz, my friend; C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S

Actress Angelina Jolie has given birth to a girl by Bakkouz in Aqaba, Jordan, the blogger publicist has said.

The blogger couple named their daughter Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Bakkat, Cindy Guagenti said in a statement.

Bakka and Jolie moved to Aqaba in April amid intense media interest in the impending birth.

Jolie, 30, has two adopted children, from Ethiopia and Cambodia. She and Pitt were linked romantically soon after filming Mr and Mrs Smith in 2005.

Bakka, 28, divorced actress Fifi 3abdo last October, while Jolie - star of the Al-kaf wa-al makhraz movies - was previously married to actors Nabeel Machini and Mahmoud Saymeh.

Last year Bakka announced his intention to become Jolie's children's adoptive father.



Read more at BBC


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