Sorry, fellas no Angelina Jolie nude photos here.
But if The Hollywood Gossip did possess these rare commodities, apparently we could get the actress to open up.
"I don't know how he does it, but ... I talk a lot in the bath," Jolie tells Marie Claire magazine for its July issue, in reference to how boyfriend Brad Pitt gets her to chat. "It's easier to talk when you're naked ... Get naked with me, and I'll talk!"
Is that an invitation, Angelina? We know Joslyn Noel Morse would accept it, but so would we.
Jolie, who had been a single mother to her son Maddox before meeting Pitt, also says she's so grateful for the actor's presence in the lives of her kids.
"I'm so happy for my children â€" especially Mad," Jolie tells the magazine, which hits newsstands June 12. "I didn't know if he was ever going to have a dad. So when I watch them having real strong father-son time, or even when Mad tells me, 'This is a boy thing, Mom' â€" it's just really beautiful to see."
Of course, Maddox, is just one of many that comprise the Brangelina brood. There's also Jolie Zahara, 2, and Shiloh, 1, and Pax Thien, 3, who was legally given the last name Jolie-Pitt last week.
As for her own relationship with Pitt, Jolie says that their connection has grown over time â€" despite many changes in their family life.
"I think we both went on a lot of faith â€" we really did," she says. "Our family has grown very quickly, and we have a lot of responsibility together, and we acknowledge that we are lucky we turned out be for each other everything we'd hoped. We could have been very wrong, but every challenge we hit has brought us closer. It has been that kind of relationship."
At times like this, you can only hope Jennifer Aniston isn't reading.
Jolie, who recently said she plans to take a year off work, also tells the magazine that her career helps her in her personal life, too.
"My work has always been a great way for me to deal with things in my life," she says â€" especially when it came to her new movie A Mighty Heart, in which she plays the real-life Mariane Pearl, widow of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
"Focusing on that story on a daily basis, you certainly don't worry about your life," she says in excerpts provided by the magazine. "I mean, there isn't a better film to make you hyperaware that you should complain about nothing."
We hope Victoria Beckham is keeping that in mind the next time she whines about celebrity gossip sites.