Breaking: Angelina Jolie To Give Birth In A ‘Few’ Hours
According to the 'Queen Of All Media,' Perez Hilton, Angelina Jolie is expected to give birth within a few hours and all hospitals in Namibia are on standby. Angelina's already been in labor for several hours a source with absolutely no credentials tells Perizzle.
Perez writes: 'We just received this email from a random reader, so we have no way of verifying the authenticity of the information. But, Angelina had been rumored to be giving birth this weekend.
I heard from a contact in Namibia that Angelina is expected to give birth within a few hours and all hospitals in the area are on standby. She's already been in labor for several hours.'
The TV show "Extra" started the firestorm that Angelina Jolie could already be in labor. "Extra" was the first to show the latest pictures of Angelina in Africa earlier in the week, looking like she was going to 'pop' any minute.
"Jolie … is expected to go into labor in the next 48 hours," the Namibian News Paper said on Thursday under the banner headline "Jolie-Pitt baby expected shortly."
Some reports suggested that Jolie was due to give birth on the 18th and that she had a special plane ready to fly her back to the United States for the birth.
There are three private hospitals in the two closest towns of Walvis Bay and Swakopmund reports News.au.
Other baby 'experts' have concluded that the real due date could still be weeks along, making for an even more agonizing wait for the most anticipated birth since Jesus himself.
Reporters that managed to remain in Namibia (Photogs, and Paparazzo were cleared out weeks ago) lurk in coffee shops or quietly case the surroundings, glomming onto any scrap of information from the lodge where the Jolie-Pitt's are staying.
These reporters must keep a low profile out of fear of possible deportation. Security around the lodge was reportedly increased even further on Thursday, as bodyguards paced the surroundings for determined lenspeople looking to earn the multimillion-dollar payday the first pictures of the baby "Brangelina" are expected to earn.
If the original report by 'Extra' is correct, this has got to be the longest labor in history.