They've not even escaped the womb and they're already sealing million dollar deals. Yep, celebrity foetuses are big money makers more than ever these days, what with People magazine forking over a reported $1.5million to Christina Aguilera for a peek at her little sasquatch. Jennifer Lopez received four times as much ($6million) for her two little bundles. And now, it's been reported that People magazine are willing to dole out up to $10million for the first pictures of Angelina's alleged twins. It pains me to agree with anything associated with the National Enquirer but it's Executive Editor Barry Levine has a point regarding this escalating trend: "It's become big business now. It's outrageous, they've gotten very sophisticated. The rights are bought up now even before the celeb enters the hospital. They hire extra security so it's impossible to obtain a photo illegally... That's where the market is right now. When I was the editor of Star in LA, we bought photos of Lisa Marie Presley's baby back in 1989 for $100,000, and at the time I thought it was outrageous. Now it's chump change. I'd like to see more people like Sarah Jessica Parker standing outside the hospital and giving the shot away for free." I could state the obvious right about here but SJP is still getting over being voted the Unsexiest Woman Alive, so I'll give her a break. Speaking of sating the obvious - another magazine boss uttered the following to the New York Post: "It's at the point now where some stars might decide to have more kids just to collect the money from their photos." I don't get it... To quote Robin Williams - all newborns "look like little old men dipped in forty weight."