Publicists and photo agency executives were speculating today (Monday) about how much photos of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's twins, a boy and a girl who were born in Nice on Saturday, may have told for. The Associated Press reported that the newspaper Nice Matin , which broke the story of the twins' birth, said that the couple had sold rights for the first photos to an unnamed U.S. publication for as much as $11 million, with money designated for charity. But Darryn Lyons, who runs the celebrity photo agency Big Pictures in London, estimated that the photos could be worth as much as $15-20 million. He said that if you were a paparazzo who successfully snaps candid shots of the twins, you "could easily buy a little island to live on for the rest of your life."