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The Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt pictures

Are you eagerly anticipating the baby pictures of 13-day-old Brangelina spawn, Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt?

Well, the wait it over.

Photographs of the baby, taken in a private photo shoot, with her famous mom and dad, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, appear in People magazine, hitting newsstands today.

“From the nose down, it’s all Angelina and from the nose up it’s Brad Pitt,” People magazine editor Peter Castro told “Good Morning America.”

People magazine allegedly paid more than $4 million for the North American rights to publish the photos. Jolie, 31, and Pitt, 41, plan to donate all the money earned from the baby photos to charity. The couple’s two adopted children — Maddox, 4, and 16-month-old Zahara — do not appear in the six-photo spread.

Castro says the pictures will lay to rest any doubt about Jolie and Pitt’s relationship.

“This [cover] picture doesn’t lie,” Castro said. “For anyone out there that doubted if this relationship was real, if he was just a babymaker, I think these two are really in love.”

On the road again

For the first time in more than a decade, singer-actress-director Barbra Streisand is heading out on a 20-city tour this fall.

No doubt, in typical Streisand style, the tickets will cost big bucks, but a portion of the proceeds will benefit environmental, education al and women’s health organizations.

“The increasingly urgent need for private citizen support to combat dangerous climate change, along with education and health issues, was the prime reason I decided to tour again,” Streisand said.

We here at Scoop support anything that keeps Babs from thinking “Meet the Fockers 2” is a swell idea.

Charlie and Denise go the distance

It looks like battling husband and wife Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards can see eye to eye on one thing — that Sheen needs to keep his distance from Richards.

On Wednesday, the couple agreed to extend a temporary restraining order, keeping the “Two and a Half Men” star at least 300 yards away from his estranged wife.

It should not be difficult for Sheen to steer clear of Richards right now, as she is giving love a bad name through Europe with her new man, guitarist Richie Sambora, while he is on tour with Bon Jovi.

In court papers filed in April, the “Wild Things” star claims Sheen pushed, shoved and threatened her and her parents, which — of course — Sheen denies.

Richards also alleges that Sheen has violent mood swings and an addiction to gambling, prescription meds and pornography. We would like to add to that list of charges that Sheen makes bad movies and had a mullet in the ’80s.

Parking violations? That’s hot

Is Paris Hilton handicapped?

Mentally, perhaps. Physically, definitely not.

Of course, that’s not stopping the nightvision princess from parking in the handicapped spots at new conquest Arizona Cardinals quarterback Matt Leinart’s apartment complex in Los Angeles.

Residents narked Hilton out to the New York Post.

“I find the reports surprising,” Hilton’s rep Elliot Mintz replied. Really?

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