Angelina Jolie is not adopting a baby with her so-called "new husband," despite a completely false tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this nonsense. It's all lies based on a phony premise.
Earlier this week, Life & Style published a bogus cover story claiming Jolie was getting married to "husband number four," a wealthy British philanthropist who the actress has supposedly been dating for more than a year. However, no such man exists. Gossip Cop was assured by a source close to the actress on background that she's not about to tie the knot with anyone. And in fact, People has corroborated that Jolie is single and not interesting in dating anytime soon.
Unfortunately, OK! is now regurgitating Life & Style's false article, but also adding a new angle about Jolie adopting a baby. An alleged insider tells the outlet, "Angelina and her husband-to-be have already discussed adopting another child. He comes from a large family himself and is all for it."
The supposed source further contends that Jolie and her mystery man plan to adopt from Africa, but they're still trying to narrow down the exact country. "First on Angie's list would be a boy from Ethiopia, where Zahara was born," says the seemingly made-up source. The questionable tipster says they're looking for "an older boy between the age of eight and 10" because he'll be able "to hold his own" with the rest of the Jolie-Pitt kids. "If all goes well, by this time next year, Angelina will be enjoying life as a newlywed mother of seven," concludes the alleged insider.
So, what it the name of the man who's going to be Jolie's "new husband"? The tabloid doesn't know. How old is he? The magazine can't answer that either. Is he tall or short? Does he have hair or is he bald? How did the philanthropist make his money? Where does he live primarily? Why can't the supposed insider decide whether Jolie is called "Angelina" and "Angie" when referring to her?
There's a very simple explanation for all of this. The reason the tabloid has no answers nor provides any transparency is because the entire premise is made-up. As noted above, Jolie is not even interested in dating right now. Additionally, the actress and her imaginary future husband aren't adopting a child together.
It should also be noted, OK! can't keep its stories straight when it comes to the actress's love life. Gossip Cop busted the magazine in January for falsely claiming Jolie was dating Cambodian rapper PraCh Ly. The untrustworthy tabloid has now forgone that phony narrative in favor of a British husband. If you like fiction, the tabloids have plenty of it, but if you are looking for facts, there's only one Gossip Cop.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.