Angelina Jolie and partner Brad Pitt are determined not to reveal the due date of their twins, for they are wary about the media frenzy it would create.
She tells Vanity Fair magazine in a new interview just why she doesn't want to make the due date public knowledge, even though actor Dustin Hoffman has hinted it could be August 19, reports Contactmusic.
"I don't want to say. If I do say, people will start stressing on our due date," she tells the mag.
And, the A-list Hollywood couple certainly has something to worry about, for the media went wild last month when it was falsely reported that Jolie had given birth months before she was due.
But the birth is not the only thing that has the world's press eagerly anticipating. The bidding war for the first photographs of the couple's twins is already reaching a high, with magazines offering as much as 15 million dollars for exclusive rights.
In 2006, the couple offered the first pictures of daughter Shiloh through distributor Getty Images while People magazine paid more than 4.1 million dollars for the North American rights.
British magazine Hello! obtained the international rights for 3.5 million dollars.
However, Jolie and partner Brad Pitt donated all the profits to an undisclosed charity.