Angelina Jolie inadvertently confirmed her pregnancy, after revealing that she "felt kicking suddenly" during conference talks in Washington, D.C.
The actress, who is a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, met with other humanitarian workers on April 8 to discuss how to help Iraqi children regain stability through education following the war there.
But, midway through the event, the 'Tomb Raider' star, who had earlier refused to talk about her pregnancy, stopped and made her baby remark, surprising those in attendance, reports Contactmusic.
But that didn't stop Jolie, who is expecting twins with partner Brad Pitt, from talking about her two visits to Iraq and her new initiative, Education Partnership for Children of Conflict (EPCC).
Jolie said that EPCC will be "a center that helps raise awareness and coordinate all the various efforts of people working towards education for children of conflict."