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Introducing... Sang Jolie-Pitt

Introducing...  Sang Jolie-Pitt

According to one Vietnam newspaper, Angelina Jolie‘s new adopted child is named Pham Quang Sang. After adoption papers have been finalized, it seems that Sang Pax will be welcomed into the Jolie-Pitt family with open arms.

Nguyen Van Trung, the director of Tam Binh Orphanage, revealed that Angelina and Maddox made an emotional 30-minute visit to pick up Sang Pax.

Angelina and Maddox were welcomed by the orphanage by about 20 flower-bearing children dressed in traditional Vietnamese tunics.

“They tried to make friends with the Vietnamese boy, who cried when he saw them because for him, they are strangers,” Trung said. “Jolie was very moved. Both of them tried to comfort the little boy.”

The orphanage staff has tried, without success, to locate Sang’s Pax‘s parents.

Sources also reveal that Maddox, Zahara, and Shiloh are all in Vietnam. There have been no sightings of Brad Pitt because “Brad very much wanted to be there but is under contract working on a film in Los Angeles and as a result couldn’t go,” says Trevor Neilson, Angelina‘s adviser on international affairs.

Angelina and her kids are currently staying at Park Hyatt Hotel, where she and Brad Pitt stayed during their first trip to Ho Chi Minh City during Thanksgiving.

UPDATE :: Angelina has renamed her son to Pax Thien Jolie.

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