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Angelina Jolie on Tuesday entered a French hospital, where she is expected to (ultimately) deliver twins. A hospital spokeswoman told the AP Jolie was not admitted in order to give birth immediately, but rather so that doctors could keep her under observation. The spokeswoman added that Jolie's admittance to the hospital's maternity ward had been planned for some time. Jolie's obstetrician, Dr. Michel Sussmann, held a news conference on Wednesday afternoon, where the

AP reports him as saying, "Everything is normal. [Angelina] is very well, and she's OK.... Brad and Angelina want everyone to know that everything is going well." The couple's twins, he added, are set to arrive "in the weeks to come." Jolie, 33, and Brad Pitt, 44, already have three adopted children and one biological daughter. - J.R. Whalen Related: " Photo Gallery: The Jolie-Pitt Family Album " Bogus Jolie Baby Talk: Did ET Know It Was Using a Suspect Source?