"I never planned on having children biologically," Angelina Jolie said last week while in Cannes, France, for the annual film festival. "But that changes when you meet someone you love."
And things are about to change in a big way for the Oscar-winner, who recently confirmed that she and Brad Pitt are expecting twins. And now, as the clock winds down toward her delivery, OK! can reveal some of the plans the couple are making for the big day.
Though sources say the couple had originally planned on welcoming the latest addition to their growing brood in the United States, it's becoming more and more likely that the tots will be born in Europe. Angie herself admitted on May 15 that she and Brad "are thinking of France."
So how long will they the Jolie-Pitts remain overseas? "They have access to their villa in France at least through July 1," one source confirms to OK!. Which works out perfectly, because odds are that the actress may give birth in the next four weeks.
Despite her Kung Fu Panda co-star Dustin Hoffman's assertion that Angie is due in August, one medical expert tells OK! "she's likely to deliver toward the end of June. Women who are having twins often have their babies early."
Regardless of where the babies are born, insiders reveal to OK! that Brad will definitely be hands-on for the delivery. "Brad will be with Angie during the birth," says the source, "Holding her hand and whispering words of encouragement."
For more on Brad and Angelina's birth plan — including how Brad's family is helping out — pick up the new issue of OK!. On sale everywhere Thursday!