Don't expect to catch any glimpses of Angelina Jolie
in her hospital room.
The hospital in Nice, France, where Jolie, 33, is staying as she awaits the birth of her twins has coated the windows of her room with special insulating material that cameras cannot see through, the Associated Press reports. The news comes after several photographs – allegedly of Jolie and Brad Pitt
– have surfaced.
"It is impossible to see into Mr. Brad Pitt and Mrs. Angelina Jolie's room," a rep for the Fondation Lenval hospital said in a statement. "So any pictures released are either posed fakes set up by paparazzi, or, they are pictures of other patients. We hope this is clearly understood out of respect for all patients in this clinic."
On Tuesday, Pitt was spotted
at the hospital, where he visited Jolie, who is staying in a four-room suite
overlooking the Mediterranean.
Pitt has been a frequent visitor, bringing
the couple's daughters, Shiloh, 2, and Zahara, 3, along. On Saturday the actress's brother James Haven also visited.
Jolie is undergoing observation and is expected to give birth anytime "in the next weeks," her obstetrician told reporters on July 2.