Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have become the example of the more the merrier cliché, as the couple has plans to adopt a 7th child to add to the Brangelina gang.

According to a report from British tabloid The Daily Star, Jolie and Pitt will adopt a 7th baby from Ethiopia as a promise to their six-year-old daughter, Zahara.

They are really excited about it, an anonymous source told The Daily Star. Brad and Angie made a promise to Zahara years ago that they would adopt another child from the region so she could have a sibling to relate to.

The couple already has six children, three of which were adopted, Maddox, 10, adopted from Cambodia, Pax, 7, adopted from Vietnam and Zahara from Ethiopia, and three biological children, Shiloh, 5, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 3.

Also, seven has always been Brad's lucky number. He and Angelina think it would bring them luck and happiness, the source said.

Earlier this year, rumors circled the couple as Jolie was spotted in Tunisia with a tattoo including seven coordinates, each representing the birthplace of their children. While some speculated the 7th coordinate was for a new child, Jolie clarified, saying it represented Pitt's birthplace in Shawnee, Okl.

Well if they know that it's latitude and longitude they would have figured out quickly that it was Brad's birthplace, Jolie told Extra in May. It doesn't take much investigation to figure that one out.

In the same interview with Extra, Jolie spoke of her past comments about having a family large enough to put together a football team.

I'm on my way, Angelina Jolie said about having a large family, a plan she's had in the works before adopting Maddox almost a decade ago. However, when asked if she would be expanding the family anytime soon, Jolie responded, Not at this time.

Pitt, who announced last week that the end of his acting career is approaching, has also said in the past he would like a big family.

I had a friend who had a big family when I was a kid, Pitt said. I just loved the chaos around the breakfast table and the fighting and the ribbing, and the mom making pancakes for everyone or the dad making pancakes. And I just decided then if I was ever going to do it - this left some indelible mark on me - if I was ever going to do it, that's the way I was going to do it.

Brad Pitt cited the end of his acting career as other interests, like producing and developing stories, but has mentioned the difficulty juggling sex children along with an acting career.

I want to spend my time with them. I'm not having enough time with them, so I push for that and then ultimately, we all have to go to work, he told the Daily Record last week. With six kids it's all about time allocation now.