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Jolies Slimmer Arms Shows Her Prominent Veins

The prominent veins on the arms of the very slimmed down actress Angelina Jolies makes her veins stand out on her very skinny arms.

The skinny and veiny appearance of the arms forced an American magazine to doctor her photograph before publishing it.

According to the New York Post, the latest issue of In Touch features Jolie on the red carpet at Cannes, showing her typically veiny arm looking silky-smooth.

"You're right, we softened those veins. The arm was very, very veiny, the National Ledger quoted Richard Spencer, editor-in-chief of In Touch, as saying.

Meanwhile Jolie has also admitted that she is excessively thin and slim.

Photographs from the ongoing Cannes film festival show Jolie looking slimmer than ever.

Some sources have estimated the Tomb Raider stars weight at 109 pounds.

"If I could snap my fingers and put on 15 pounds I'd be so happy. Especially if it all went to the right place, she said.


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