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Introducing... Pax Thien Jolie-Pitt

Introducing... Pax Thien Jolie-Pitt

New reports from Vietnam are coming in that Angelina Jolie has renamed her 3-year-old adopted son from Pham Quang Sang to PAX THIEN JOLIE (soon to be PAX THIEN JOLIE-PITT).

In Latin, “PAX” means “peace.” In Vietnamese, “THIEN” means “sky.” The coolness factor pretty much matches up with the rest of the pack: Maddox, Zahara and Shiloh. PAX. THIEN. JOLIE. PITT.

But it has been confirmed that Angelina has completed procedures with Vietnamese authorities to adopt. Just one more hoop to jump through: U.S. consular and embassy officials must give approval.

In short… Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will soon have four children: 5-year-old son Maddox adopted from Cambodia, 3-year-old son Pax adopted from Vietnam, 2-year-old daughter Zahara adopted from Ethiopia and 10-month old daughter Shiloh, who was born to the couple in May 2006.

First picture: Pax Jolie & Tam Binh Orphanage’s director Nguyen Van Trung

Second picture: Angelina Jolie and Maddox inside the orphanage

Third picture: Angelina leaving the Tam Binh orphanage

Fourth picture: Pax Jolie stands with other children from the orphanage

Fifth picture: Pax Jolie … bound for L.A.

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