Angelina Jolie, a mother of six children with her ex-husband Brad Pitt, was seen in Hollywood with two of her kids Zahara and Shiloh on Monday. The 44-year-old actress looked chic as she visited the “The Eye of the Century” exhibition by French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson at the Leica Gallery in Los Angeles.
Angelina and her two children, Zahara and Shiloh, were sightseeing in Hollywood on a Monday. The actress wore her signature all-black look, pairing skinny jeans with a tank top to enjoy the sunny California weather. She tied her hair back into a ponytail and wore oversized sunglasses to protect her eyes from the glare. At 5’7″, Angelina opted for flat black loafers for comfort, and she held hands with her daughter Zahara as they walked around.
In typical fashion, the beautiful and wicked Maleficent was dressed in all black attire. She opted for skinny jeans and a tank top as she stepped out to enjoy the warm Californian weather. Zahara, who is 14 years old, wore a smile on her face after visiting an exhibition that displayed the works of a late French humanist photographer. Meanwhile, 13-year-old Shiloh led the way as they ventured out in West Hollywood, wearing shorts and sneakers. It’s worth noting that their father, Brad Pitt, has been captivating movie-goers with his recent film, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.
Shiloh, the 13-year-old daughter of Angelina Jolie, led the way as the family stepped out in West Hollywood for a gallery outing. Meanwhile, Jolie has announced her role in the upcoming Marvel film, The Eternals, where she will play the character Thena. The former couple, who have six children together, recently made progress in their long-running divorce proceedings when Jolie agreed to let the children stay with their father, Brad Pitt, for part of the summer while she films a movie in New Mexico. In addition, Pitt invited his parents to stay at his LA mansion while the children are with him. According to reports, Pitt was frustrated with Jolie for dragging her feet in resolving the divorce proceedings. The information comes from a source cited by dailymail.co.uk.