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Angelina Jolie Having Ovaries Removed, Will Freeze Eggs to Have Another Baby

Angelina Jolie Having Ovaries Removed, Will Freeze Eggs to Have Another Baby

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572bAES 1281191 Angelina Jolie Having Ovaries Removed, Will Freeze Eggs to Have Another BabyANGELINA Jolie is having her ovaries removed — but she is planning to freeze her eggs so that she and partner Brad Pitt can conceive through a surrogate.

In February 2013, Angelina Jolie made a bold and brave move when she decided to have a double mastectomy. The decision came after Angelina was tested to see if she was carrying the same genetic disposition that took her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, for which her results were positive.

Jolie is taking her brave preventative actions one step further by opting to have her ovaries removed.

Once Angelina’s ovaries are removed, she will no longer be able to reproduce on her own.

“Angie knows Brad wants more children, so she’s decided to freeze her eggs before the procedure so that they can add to the family in time,” a source revealed to Star magazine.

“She’s amazing to muster the strength to face yet another major medical procedure and still plan for another baby.”

Jolie and Pitt raise six kids together.

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: ‘I Will Help Hillary Get Elected’

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and family

Erin Patrice O’Brien

08/27/2014 AT 04:45 PM EDT

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand isn’t positive Hillary Clinton will run for president, but the woman who took Clinton’s former New York Senate seat would like to think so.

“In my mind, she’s definitely running,” Gillibrand tells PEOPLE. “Anytime I’ve ever talked to her, I’ve offered every bit of help in the world and she’s never said no.”

For her part, Gillibrand, whose candid new book Off the Sidelines hits shelves Sept 9., doesn’t have her eye on the presidency quite yet. She’s perfectly content where she is at the moment.

“I have young kids,” says the mom of two, when asked if she’d consider a bid for the White House. “I really like where I am.”

“I don’t know that I aspire to it,” she adds. “It’s a very different job. I feel like where I am, I can accomplish a lot.”

It’s her current job with the United States Senate that’s provided the fodder for her insightful – and sometimes groan-worthy – memoir.

In Off the Sidelines, Gillibrand, 47, shares a sobering incident in the congressional gym, where an older, male colleague told her, “Good thing you’re working out, because you wouldn’t want to get porky!” On another occasion, she writes, after she dropped 50 lbs. one of her fellow Senate members approached her, squeezed her stomach, and said, “Don’t lose too much weight now. I like my girls chubby!”

Gillibrand isn’t especially offended by her coworkers’ remarks. “It was all statements that were being made by men who were well into their 60s, 70s or 80s,” she says. “They had no clue that those are inappropriate things to say to a pregnant woman or a woman who just had a baby or to women in general.”

For more on Sen. Gillibrand, including an excerpt from her new book Off the Sidelines, pick up a copy of this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

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Game, Set, Match: Who Are Serena Williams’ Biggest Style Inspirations?


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As every devoted tennis fan (and fan of hot tennis players…ugh Novak Djokovic is distractingly beautiful) knows, it’s the first week of the U.S. Open! And, it almost goes without saying, experts are predicting that No. 1 seeded Serena Williams will walk away with her third consecutive win. We have no doubt that the badass tennis icon will kill it, but honestly? We’re also watching to see what she’s wearing.

Since she burst onto the scene as a teen in white-beaded cornrows, Serena has loved bringing fashion and beauty trends to the courts – think nail art, color blocked dresses, neon game-time blazers, and sexed-up crimped hair. No more basic white tennis skirts and pony’s! In honor of what we’re sure will be another Serena Williams U.S. Open win, let’s take a look at some of the superstar’s biggest beauty and style inspirations.

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Robin Williams’s Widow Is ‘Surprisingly Resilient,’ Says Friend

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Susan Schneider and Robin Williams

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Well-loved and well-ridden, the bicycle still had mud clinging to the tires. From the handlebars hung a red Night at the Museum cap, signed by its owner.

At Saturday night’s Hotbed Benefit for 10,000 Degrees, a scholarship program for underprivileged college students, Robin Williams‘s presence was felt everywhere – but especially around the custom-made Pegoretti bicycle donated by the late entertainer for the fundraiser.

“I can see him showing off the bicycle he donated to the auction, getting everyone laughing and raising a lot of money for a cause he cared about deeply,” Maxwell Drever, a close friend of Williams’s and co-host of the evening, told PEOPLE.

Instead, Drever, whose Drever Family Foundation helps fund 10,000 Degrees, spent time before the event with Williams’s widow, artist Susan Schneider, who has been quietly grieving since her husband’s death at age 63 on Aug. 11.

“She’s surprisingly resilient, and she’s looking forward to trying to make something good out of this for others so they don’t have to suffer what she and Robin had to go through,” said Drever, who held the event at his family’s Tiburon, California, estate.

Surrounded by loved ones, including her sister and brother-in-law, “Susan is upbeat and has a positive attitude, but it’s very hard for her right now,” he added.

Drever’s son Galen, another of the evening’s co-hosts, called Schneider “an amazing, positive woman. She and Robin loved each other very much – they were always together and just the cutest couple ever. It’s hard to lose someone you love. There’s not much anyone can say, more than she is coping the best way she can.”

Just a month ago, the elder Drever had been celebrating Williams’s 63rd birthday with the Oscar winner and Schneider. Delighting in the Moroccan-themed costumes being assembled for the Hotbed Benefit, Williams expressed excitement about the event in his signature free-wheeling style.

“The garage area was set up with all the costumes, and Robin was in there, wearing all these silly outfits, just clowning around,” recalled Drever, who shared a weekly beachside yoga session with Williams.

“And yet at the same time, we all know what he was going through. His Parkinson’s, that was just one of the aspects that was affecting him,” he said. “He had depression, and I have depression in my family, so I had a sense of what was going on. And then to get Parkinson’s, and think that maybe you are losing your voice and that you can’t ride a bike. … It was so unfair to him that he would have these things because he has given so much joy and happiness to people.”

And he is still, even now, giving back: Williams’s bike ended up fetching $20,000 – enough to send two deserving students to college for a year.

Reporting by SUSAN YOUNG

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