It will actually be weeks before the much anticipated arrival of Brangelina's twins, Angelina Jolie's doctor has revealed.
Jolie, 33, had checked into a hospital on Sunday June 29 in Nice, France, and 44-year-old Brad Pitt had been spotted visiting her several times on July 2, fuelling rumours that she has delivered the twins.
But Dr Michael Sussmann, who is her French obstetrician, has denied the births and stated that it is just a normal stay and nothing more.
"Let's say the birth will happen in the weeks to come," the Sun quoted him as saying.
"She is very well, and she's OK," Sussman said Wednesday at a press conference in the South of France.
"Brad and Angelina want everyone to know that everything is going well. It is simply a visit of surveillance, no birth," he added.
The hospital is very close to her estate in the French Riviera, and the reason she checked into the hospital was so that she can rest and wait out the final weeks of her pregnancy.
A spokeswoman for the hospital said the visit was planned in advance and did not indicate any medical problem.