45-year-old star Angelina Jolie appeared plain and simple at her private mansion in Los Angelina in photos taken by 11-...
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45-year-old star Angelina Jolie appeared plain and simple at her private mansion in Los Angelina in photos taken by 11-year-old son Knox to send to Harper's Bazaar magazine.
When Angelina Jolie had an interview with Harper's Bazaar UK in the middle of her isolation days, the actress chose to send her picture at home under the "lens" of youngest son Knox. In the photos, Angelina poses in front of her house and beams between the sunny garden. The star looks very ordinary like other mothers in middle age with faces showing acne and wrinkles when smiling.
"Mrs. Smith" and six children are staying together at her $ 25 million mansion in Los Feliz (California), just a five-minute drive from Brad Pitt's house. In 2017, Angelina decided to buy this villa so that the children could travel between their parents' houses.
Talking about life at home, three months ago, Angelina said: "Like most parents, I try to stay calm so my children don't feel nervous".
The actress said, besides learning online, her children spend time caring for pets such as dogs, lizards and rabbits. The children focused on taking care of Vivienne's little rabbit, who was ill, until it died during surgery.
In recent years, Angelina has donated $ 1 million to help the children have enough meals during the Covid-19 season and $ 200,000 for the NAACP legal protection fund after the death of black George Floyd. The female star said she will always persevere in the fight against racism in the United States.
As the mother of 6 children, including 3 adopted children from different countries, Angelina cannot help worrying about being discriminated against because of her skin color, especially Zahara. She called for changes in the legal system and policies to protect black people. The Oscar-winning star said: "A system that protects me but may not protect my daughter or any other man, woman or child in this country because of the skin color - it is impossible. In addition to sympathy and kindness, we need laws and policies to really address the issue of racism. "
In the middle of the isolation period, Angelina also wrote children's books and published an article in The New York Times magazine on the protection of children from domestic violence during the epidemic season. She often chat Zoom with friends, colleagues and have online discussions. On June 12, RefuSHE - a non-governmental organization helping refugees in East Africa - shared an emotional video chat Zoom between Angelina Jolie and Chantale Zuzi - a Ugandan girl from a refugee camp supported by the actress. came to the US to live after meeting in 2017.