Forget the Sean P craziness with the paparazzi, apparently the Pitt-Jolie baby will have a bounty of $4 million on it's head once born. NY Post Reports:
THE birth of the world's sexiest baby is still two or more months away, but already the celebrity magazines are preparing to bid heavily for the first photos of the offspring of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Some sources think that the war could end up breaking the old record set by the photos from Catherine Zeta Jones' wedding to Michael Douglas, won by OK! in 2000, or the more recent Britney Spears baby photo that People snagged.
"Those two magazines are just going to bid it up into the millions," said one editor who is sitting it out. "It could end up being the biggest photo sale of all time."
The price tag could reach $4 million.
There is also a potential wedding photo of the pair, but since Jolie is not expected to be the typical Hallmark bride, photo sources think the baby photos will be the pricier entry.
OK!, which has been struggling to get newsstand traction, is clearly interested, but the CEO of the American edition, Christian Toksvig, isn't talking price publicly. "We of course are very interested in their baby pictures, but I don't know where it stands."
People Managing Editor Larry Hackett said, "I'd love to have these photographs, but it has to make sense editorially, journalistically and from a business standpoint." Time Inc. as a company has a policy of not paying celebrities for news photos, but in the "first bump" photos of Angelina, revealing that she and Brad were expecting company, got around that sticking point by donating an estimated $400,000 to a favorite charity of the happy parents.
Check out this fabulous loving photo of the couple in Paris. There's just something about Paris that brings out the love in everyone.