Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are spending Thanksgiving visiting survivors of the Pakistan earthquake.
The pillow-lipped beauty - a United Nations goodwill ambassador - reportedly wants to see how survivors are being cared for - and is taking lover Brad with her.
The actress, who has two adopted children, Maddox and Zahara, revealed: "We'll be on our way to Pakistan in a matter of days." The pair have already attended a briefing in Geneva to help them prepare for their trip to the devastated region.
A spokesman for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees told Britain's BBC website Angelina is "a terrific goodwill ambassador" who "takes her work for us extremely seriously and that means a lot to her and the staff".
Earlier this year the star begged the international community to help Afghanrefugees in Pakistan.
The star toured refugee camps established near the country's border with Afghanistan following the collapse of the Taliban regime.
She pleaded: "I ask the international community to do more to fund and help shoulder the burden of this part of the world. I met a woman who was about to get on a truck with a small baby. I do not know how she is going to survive, and how she will be able to make a living, to find food, to find health care."