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Madeleine McCann: Angelina Jolie Feels The Pain

by | 10th, June 2008

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THIS IS HULL – and Total Film Magazine:Angelina: “It’s so upsetting”

Angelina Jolie has reportedly revealed she has been deeply moved by the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.


The Oscar-winning actress – who has four children with Brad Pitt and is due to give birth to twins – empathises with the McCann family as a parent herself.

Angelina told Total Film magazine: “It’s the worst thing in the world. I love Brad and if anything happened to him it would wreck me, but if anything happened to my kids… it’s something I can’t even think about it’s so upsetting.”

La Jolie would shoot them – she’d shoot them, all in the face.

The pregnant 33-year-old – mother to six-year-old Cambodian son Maddox, four-year-old Vietnamese son Pax, two-year-old Ethiopian daughter Zahara and two-year-old biological daughter Shiloh – is delighted to be adding to her family.

She said: “It was huge surprise that it was twins. We got hysterical with nervous laughter when we found out at the hospital. It was just bizarre.”

We can;lt stop laughing either…

UN ambassador Angelina – speaking in Cannes to promote her new movies Kung Fu Panda and Changeling – revealed she had a wake-up call on a visit to Africa.

Kung – ha- Foo – he – Panda – ha-he

She said: “You find yourself in a war zone where people are dying and people are crying because they don’t have enough food for their kids. You very quickly realise what actually matters and it makes everything seem very silly and far away.

“I’m happy to be in Cannes and I appreciate all of that, but it’s very important to suddenly be smacked in the face and say ‘What are so upset about? You have your health and you know where your family is, you can get food’. From that moment on I never lost focus.”

Tell it to the panda bears…

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