(thesun.co.uk) - Angelina Jolie is planning another addition to her rainbow family - this time an orphan boy from the Czech Republic. The Hollywood star, in Prague to film her latest movie Wanted, has been paying regular visits to a Catholic orphanage in the centre of the city.
And Angelina - who has already adopted nippers from Cambodia, Ethiopia and Vietnam - has fallen in love with one of the orphans.
Her partner Brad Pitt flew from Montreal, Canada, to Prague to meet the child at the weekend. Now the couple are going through official channels to make their fourth adoption.
A source said: "Angelina celebrated her 32nd birthday yesterday and had told Brad she felt it was time to extend their family again."Her maternal instincts are in overdrive and she felt a bond with the kid straight away."She called Brad and said she had found a child who would fit in perfectly with the other kids."If everything goes smoothly, Angelina will have an Eastern European son to add to her brood."
The couple's family now includes Cambodian son Maddox, five, Vietnamese son Pax Thien, three, Ethiopian daughter Zahara, two, and their own daughter Shiloh, one.
And I have to say I am staggered she has time to cope with another child - as well as globetrotting as one half of an extremely successful movie star couple. Angelina, determined to keep her visits to the orphanage under wraps, has been employing cunning operations with her security staff to throw photographers off the scent. A series of decoy cars are sent out from her hotel before she finally leaves to go and visit the kids.
Meanwhile Brad has been in Montreal sitting exams to earn his private pilot's license.
But he made the long-haul journey to meet Angelina and Czech adoption officials to prove how serious their intentions to adopt are.Brad had given Czech authorities plenty of notice about his arrival so he could skip through customs and security quickly.
But suspicious staff, uneasy with his short stay, delayed his entry as they demanded a thorough search. The couple have now flown to New York for a three-week break while Czech authorities complete the adoption paperwork.