If new parents – again! – Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie need a night out alone, at least one famous friend has already volunteered to help.
"I'm willing to babysit for them!" Jolie's pal Wyclef Jean tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story. The musician, who has partnered with the couple for his Yéle Haiti charity in the past, says he has no doubt they can handle their brood of six now that twins Vivienne Marcheline and Knox Léon are here.
"They will do well," he says. "I have a lot of well wishes for them."
So do many of Jolie's costars, including Michael Kelly, who appears with her in the upcoming Clint Eastwood-directed drama The Changeling.
"I saw her with kids on-set and she's just such a wonderful mom," Kelly tells PEOPLE. "You see her with the kids and it's like, 'Yeah, that's the way it's supposed to be.' "
Since the twins' emotional birth in Nice, France, on July 12, Jolie and the babies have remained at the scenic Fondation Lenval hospital. Dr. Michel Sussmann, who delivered the babies, told PEOPLE everyone is doing "very well" following a July 14 checkup.
When Vivienne, Knox and Jolie are released, likely in the next few days, they are expected to return to the Chateau Miraval, where the family is staying until they return to the U.S. in the fall.