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Jolie Laughed Her Way Through Childbirth!

Childbirth certainly wasnt painful for Angelina Jolie, for the Hollywood stunner was chuckling throughout the caesarean surgery . And, partner Brad Pitt has the video to prove it.

The 31-year-old, who had her first child Shiloh with Pitt in 2006, said that she was out of her mind, and that she began laughing so hard that tears were rolling down her face.

"They were trying to put the IV in me, and I began laughing so hard, with tears rolling down my face. I was out of my mind, Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.

Her laughing spree continued even when she was breast-feeding Shiloh.

Jolie added that she was on the phone with her mum, who was in hospital herself, and both were laughing because they both were under the same assumed name, and they were on a dose of morphine.

"I was on the phone with my mom, who was also in the hospital. We were laughing because we were both under the same assumed name, and we both had been given a dose of morphine, she said.


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