Angelina Jolie on the Possibility of More Kids: 'Not at the Moment, No'

The actress opens up to PEOPLE about whether she and Brad Pitt plan to expand their family

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She has a newly minted teenager, but would Angelina Jolie consider going back to the newborn years of motherhood again?

When asked in this week’s cover story if she planned to have more kids, the actress and director, 39, tells PEOPLE exclusively, “Not at the moment, no.”

Still, the Oscar winner admits that decision isn’t final.

“Something could change tomorrow,” she says, “so I don’t know.”

Jolie and her husband, Brad Pitt, are the parents of six: Maddox, 13, Pax, 11, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and 6-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

This summer, Jolie put Maddox to work as an assistant on the set of By the Sea, the upcoming drama she directed and costars in with Pitt.

“We spend so much time at home that the film aspect is a fun part of our lives,” Jolie says of her children. “They come to the sets – but they also do so many other things with us.”

The kids travel on United Nations trips with Jolie, build houses with Pitt for his Make It Right foundation and even helped plan their parents’ wedding last August.

Despite her reservations about getting married, Jolie was “extremely moved” by how happy it made her kids, especially since they’d been constantly asking when the two would finally tie the knot.

“I want to have a strong marriage,” Jolie says, “[and] I want to raise my children well.”

For much more from Angelina Jolie, pick up the newest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

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