Adorable baby Angelina Jolie wide-eyed and pouting beside her mother

Look, it really is baby Miss Jolie -- her gorgeous little pucker is a dead give away!

The Daily Mail recently featured some rare baby pictures of *Angelina Jolie* along with some tidbits about her childhood. The photo above of an adorable baby Angelina — already showing the gorgeous pucker that will catapult her to Hollywood stardom — held by her mother, the late Marcheline Bertrand, is just one of the photos shared by Marcheline’s goddaughter, Marie Miles. It’s also clear as day where Miss Jolie got her good looks from, and as The Daily Mail noted, Marcheline “looks hauntingly like an adult Angelina!”

Like these random vintage photos? See more articles from the Overly Descriptive Title series in the Lomography Magazine!

written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-07-26 in #lifestyle #baby-photo #cute #childhood #overly-descriptive-title #angelina-jolie #lomography #analogue-lifestyle

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