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Brangelina Twins In Vitro?

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The Jolie-Pitt's fertility treatments, Barack Obama's daughter's shocking allowance and Heath Ledger's ex finds love!

Angelina's twin pregnancy was helped by in vitro treatments. According to Us Weekly, Brangelina had fertility treatments to conceive their twins, Knox and Vivienne, who were born July 12. The source said that the couple was in a rush to knock out the pregnancy -- and also consulted a doctor about the possibility this was natural: "The chance of having fraternal twins at Angelina's age (33) naturally is under 1 percent; with in vitro, the chances are 25 percent." Says Dr. Arthur Wisot of L.A.'s Reproductive Medical Group (who did not treat the couple), "We live in an era of reproductive freedom, so anybody can do anything they want within legal limits.'" Well, maybe not everything in Brangelina's life comes as easily it seems.

The Obamas give their daughter a $1 per week allowance. In an interview with People magazine, the presidential hopeful revealed how his family is more similar to ours than we would think. When asked about giving his kids allowance, he said, "I'm out of town all the time, so Malia will say, 'Hey, you owe me 10 weeks!' ... Originally, we were giving her a dollar a week as long as she did all her chores. It turns out that she's been doing her chores even without prompting from the allowance, which makes me feel guilty that she's been carrying on her end of the bargain and I haven't been as consistent." Never mind -- this actually sounds too perfect to be like our families.

Michelle Williams finds love again. Extra is on the rumor patrol, reporting that Heath Ledger's actress ex has found love again. She's reportedly seeing director Spike Jonze, (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation). They met when Michelle auditioned for a movie. We wish them the best!

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Fant5fant July 25, 2008, 3:40 PM

News flash! Duh. Of course it was in vitro!

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