After a trip with her older kids to Lee’s Art Shop earlier today, Angelina Jolie and her partner, Brad Pitt, attended the premiere of Angelina’s movie The Changeling - and she took some time to talk to People magazine.
On how everyone’s doing: “Everybody’s great,” she told PEOPLE. “The babies are getting big and healthy and developing personalities.”
On how much sleep they’re getting with new twins at home: “We are a little bit [sleep deprived]. We have some help a couple of nights a week, so on those nights we catch up on our sleep.”
On looking so great after giving birth to twins not even three months ago: “I run around with all the other kids, and I’m breastfeeding, which I think is a part of your body’s recovery,” Jolie said. “I feel great [and] feel very happy that they’re healthy.”
On her new movie, in which she plays a mother whose son is kidnapped: “Your worst fear is anything happening to your kids. The reason I didn’t want to do the film for a long time … every day I came home, and I was so clinging to my kids. I was grabbing them. And checking them in the night. It scares me.”
On if they plan to adopt more kids: “I think we’re going to wait a little while.”