Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt

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First thing's first: As far as we know, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's twins have not made a break for it just yet.

Nadine Bauer, the spokeswoman for Fondation Lenval, Jolie's five-star seaside hospital, told E! News Saturday night that any official word on the birth would be posted on the facility's website.

There hasn't been a Jolie update since she checked in nearly two weeks ago.

That appears to shoot down two reports claiming les bébés had been liberated earlier today.

Saturday started off innocently enough, with the general consensus that Jolie-Pitts 5 and 6 were due to arrive via C-section this Tuesday.

But then In Touch Weekly reported that twin girls arrived around 7 p.m., citing an unnamed hospital source.

After which, Bauer was quoted in various outlets, including Us Weekly, Extra and OK!, saying that ITW had "wrong information."

But judging that response semantically, it could be that the birth simply didn't occur, that it took place at a different time or that it didn't involve two girls—those latter storylines were covered by a local newspaper.

The Nice-Matin is currently reporting on its website that Jolie had her girls before 10 p.m.

Apparently, in the print incarnation of the story, though, the newspaper had some strikingly different information. According to the Agence France Press wire service, Nice-Matin reported Jolie and Pitt are now the parents of another daughter and a son, even going so far as to give the little ones' names, Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline, and weights.

That report also said that Jolie's doctor, Michel Sussmann, confirmed the details himself.

Once upon a time, that might have meant a lot, but ever since two still in-utero babies managed to be delivered and named about a month ago, courtesy of an apparent hoax on Entertainment Tonight...

We might just have to wait for the twins' first birthday to be convinced.

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