The world's most famous twins have arrived, finally!
According to the Associated Press, Angelina Jolie's doctor confirmed the superstar gave birth to a boy and a girl, ending a day of conflicting reports.
While a French newspaper and In Touch Weekly reported Saturday that Angelina Jolie gave birth to twins at a French hospital in Nice, the entertainment program "Extra" was quick to say just the opposite.
"It is wrong information," Nadine Bauer, a spokeswoman for the hospital, told "Extra."
And just to add to the confusion, the celebrity Web site Stargina.com reported that the babies had been born - and given the names Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline.
The proof? Jolie's lawyers apparently snapped up the Internet domain names KnoxLeon.com and VivienneMarcheline.com.
In Touch Weekly and Usmagazine.com reported that Jolie gave birth yesterday to two baby girls. Us later retracted its report.
But the Nice-Matin newspaper in France wrote that Jolie delivered a boy and a girl, while providing the babies' names and weight and even quoting the gynecologist.
Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline were born via Caesarean section shortly before 8 p.m. (French time), the paper said, quoting Dr. Michel Sussmann.
The much-ballyhooed twins were born in good health with Jolie's beau, Brad Pitt, in the delivery room, a source told In Touch.
The twins' birth would bring Jolie and Pitt's growing brood now stands at six. The celebrity couple has three adopted children, Maddox, 6; Pax, 4;, and Zahara, 3, as well as a biological daughter, 23-month-old Shiloh.