Until this week the family were staying in an upmarket suburb of Paris. They left the French capital behind and headed for Namibia on Tuesday
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The glamorous couple have booked a 12-week stay in Namibia's Swakopmund resort. Angelina, who is expected to give birth next month, has also taken along a medical team


7 APRIL 2006

It appears Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie may be planning to give baby daughter Zahara an African brother or sister. The Tinseltown press is currently awash with reports the couple are to welcome their bundle of joy in Namibia after they booked a 12-week stay at the plush Swakopmund hotel.

The Lara Croft star, who is due to give birth next month, arrived in the resort town with her hunky beau and adopted children on Tuesday. Local reports say a medical team has also gone along to oversee the delivery.

Until now the A-list pair have been living in an upmarket suburb of Paris, giving rise to expectations Angelina would fulfil her French mother Marcheline Bertrand's wishes by welcoming the infant in her European homeland.

The Oscar winner also has a well-established relationship with Africa, though. She first fell in love with Namibia while filming the drama Beyond Borders there in 2003 and she has since made numerous visits to other African nations in her role as a United Nations goodwill ambassador. The photogenic performer also adopted her second child, Zahara, from Ethiopia last year.

Whether or not she intends to welcome her first biological child there remains to be seen, however, as she is said to have a private jet on standby in case she changes her mind.

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