Washington, June 3 : The bidding war for the first photographs of mum-to-be Angelina Jolie's twins is set to touch a record high with magazines willing to offer 15 million dollars for the snaps.
According to TMZ.com, big magazines like People and OK! are desperate to get the exclusive pics of the twins and are willing to pay 15 million dollars for the first shot.
"We'd love to see the photos in People. We wish the family well," Contactmusic quoted a spokesman for People, as saying.
Meanwhile, OK!'s representative admits the publication would be "foolish" not to bid for the photos.
In 2006, the couple offered the first pictures of daughter Shiloh through distributor Getty Images while People magazine paid more than 4.1 million dollars for the North American rights.
British magazine Hello! obtained the international rights for 3.5 million dollars.
However, Jolie and partner Brad Pitt donated all the profits to an undisclosed charity.