In an upcoming interview with the UK edition of Elle, occasional actress and globe-trotting orphan collector Angelina Jolie admits that she has a special fondness for the members of her multicultural brood that she carefully hand-selected from the Third World's finest baby bazaars, telling the magazine that she finds it easier to open her heart to Cambodian Maddox and Ethiopian Zahara than to biological daughter Shiloh, the genetically perfect, still-amorphous baby-blob rendered totally, like, boring by her privileged birth:
"I think I feel so much more for Madd and Zee because they're survivors, they came through so much. Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born. I have less inclination to feel for her...I met my other kids when they were 6 months old, they came with a personality. A newborn really is this...Yes, a blob! But now she's starting to have a personality...I'm conscious that I have to make sure I don't ignore her needs, just because I think the others are more vulnerable."
To her credit, Jolie seems conscious of her bias against Shiloh and is taking the proper steps to correct any neglectful behavior; for example, when she hears her daughter's mewling over the baby monitor, she no longer storms into the nursery and scolds, "You think you're hungry? Don't you realize that your sister Zee never even saw food before I rescued her from that refugee camp and took her to a meal at the Four Seasons? Now stop crying and take a minute to think about how easy you've got it, you spoiled little thing."