They're not quite Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar, but Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have quite the sizable brood.
Brad and Angie are already parents to six kids - ranging in age from 6 to 13 - and they're reportedly planning to expand their clan by adopting a 2-year-old Syrian boy named Moussa.
Several media outlets are reporting that Moussa is living in a refugee camp in Turkey, waiting for his adoption into the Jolie-Pitt family to be finalized.
Jolie reportedly met the child while visiting the camp as part of her humanitarian work for UNICEF.
Jolie and Pitt got married in August, but have been together for over a decade. They adopted their first child together in 2005.
Both known for hard partying in their youths, Pitt and Jolie have now fully devoted themselves to parenting, and have been applauded for their selfless commitment to their children's happiness.
Brad and Angie's kids most recently made headlines when it was rumored that 8-year-old Shiloh Jolie-Pitt had decided to identify as a boy and asked family members to refer to her as John.
That report has yet to be confirmed, but the couple has spoken openly about allowing their children the freedom to dress and identify themselves as they please.
The Jolie-Pitts also have yet to confirm that little Moussa is soon to join their family, but insiders have indicated that an announcement will be made within the next week.