June 29, 2010 12:44:45 pm
Hollywood superstar Angelina has fuelled retirement rumours by saying that she does not plan to continue acting for long.
The 35-year-old star,who raises six children Maddox,Zahara,Shiloh,Pax,twins Knox and Vivienne with partner Brad Pitt,says she might soon give up acting to spend more time with her family,Vanity Fair reported.
“It is not the most important thing in my life,” Jolie said about her career. “It’s a fun job. It’s a luxury. But I don’t think I’ll do it much longer,” said Jolie,who recently finished shooting ‘The Tourist’ in Venice with Johnny Depp.
The actress,who adopted three children from different parts of the world,has not ruled out adding new member to her rainbow family.
“I’m not pregnant. We’re not opposed to it. But we want to make sure we can give everybody special time. They’re kids now,and can play together,but they’re going to need a lot more talking in the middle of the night,like I did with my mom for hours. We want to make sure we don’t build a family so big that we don’t have absolutely enough time to raise them each really well,” she said in the magazine’s August issue.
The ‘Salt’ actress said her daughter Shiloh wants to be a boy and that’s why her sartorial choices are different from others in her family.
“She wants to be a boy. So we had to cut her hair. She likes to wear boys’ everything. She thinks she’s one of the brothers. Shiloh,we feel,has Montenegro style. She dresses like a little dude. It’s how people dress there. She likes tracksuits,she likes suits,” said Jolie.
But the actress is not concerned about her daughter’s preference and says she sees a lot of her creative self in her daughter.
“Shiloh’s hysterically funny,one of the goofiest,most playful people you’ll ever meet. Goofy and verbal,the early signs of a performer. I used to get dressed up in costumes and jump around.”
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