Angelina Jolie on Paparazzi: I Would Like There to Be a Law to Protect Children
Angelina Jolie brought Brad Pitt and her children to the set of The Tourist much to the delight of the paparazzi. But Angie told Larry King on Wednesday night that she would like there to be a law in place about the paparazzi.
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"I do think and I do hope that there will at some point be laws about how close they can get to children with cameras," Angelina told Larry last night (via PopEater).
Does she ever think there will be a "cure... for the paparazzi and invasion of privacy?" Larry asked
"I don't think the hunger for it will ever go away, and so I think it will always be fed," she admitted.
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"I think at some point it's going to be clearer that it's emotionally not healthy," she added about photographing children. "And with long lenses, there's no need. I'm somebody that would like there to be a law about the distance they have to children."
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But Angie says a law about distance should be a simple request for starters.
As a mother of six already, Larry asked if she and Brad had any plans to have more children.
"We have no plans at the moment, but we're always open," she said with a smile.
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Watch Angie's interview with Larry below!