Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's twins arrived over the weekend in Nice, France. Now all that's left is to see which tabloid or magazine wins the bidding war for the exclusive rights to the pics. My money is on People magazine:
When the moment finally came to welcome their newborn twins into the world, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were as calm as could be.
During the labor and delivery, the couple "were talking, they were together," Dr. Michel Sussmann told reporters outside Fondation Lenval Hospital in Nice, France, where twins Vivienne Marcheline and Knox Leon were born on Saturday. "It was an epidural, so [Angelina] was awake and speaking and laughing. They were happy."
Pitt never left Jolie's side – "he was my assistant!" Sussmann said jokingly – and even cut the babies' umbilical cords.
"He was ... perfectly calm, totally determined, very pleased to be at the birth of his children, very moved and very emotional," said Sussmann.
Asked whether the birth had been a textbook delivery, Sussmann replied, "absolutely no problems." (Source)