Angelina Jolie enjoyed a lovely day with her 13-year-old daughter Vivienne on Monday, strolling along The Grove in Los Angeles. The 46-year-old actress and her daughter were seen holding hands as they went from one shop to another. Jolie looked stylish and chic in her gray button-down shirt and ankle-length beige skirt.
Angelina Jolie and her daughter Vivienne had a lovely bonding moment as they visited The Grove in Los Angeles on Monday. Dressed in black flats and carrying a purse that hung low from her shoulder, Angelina was seen wearing a face mask while strolling with her daughter at the outdoor shopping center. Vivienne is Angelina’s daughter with her ex-husband Brad Pitt, whom she was married to from 2014 until 2019.
Approaching each other: The 46-year old actress and her 13-year old daughter strolled together, linking arms as they explored various stores at the open-air mall.
Vivienne is among the brood of six that Jolie and her former spouse Brad Pitt have in common.
The pair shares a total of six children, three biological and three adopted. The names of their children are Maddox (20), Pax (18), Zahara (17), Shiloh (15), and twins Vivienne and Knox (13). Since their divorce, they have been engaged in a legal battle over both the custody of their four underage children and the properties they accumulated during their marriage. Recently, Jolie appeared on NBC Nightly News to express her support for the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, a federal law that was first enacted in 1994. A few days later, she was spotted with her daughter Vivienne.
Pitt and Jolie were proud parents of a large family, consisting of three biological children and three adopted children. In the 2011 photo, their beautiful children Zahara, Knox, Maddox, Shiloh, Pax, and Vivienne can be seen from left to right.
The dispute over custody and shared assets between the couple continues to persist. They are currently wrangling over their four minor children and the properties they accumulated during their union (as seen in a 2008 photo).
The legislation offered financial support for examining and prosecuting cases where women were alleged victims of violence. The Office on Violence Against Women in the Justice Department was also established as part of the act. Jolie shared that the bill held significant importance for everyone, and she had her own experience with the family court system when she accused her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, of physically and verbally assaulting one of their children on a private plane in 2016. While Pitt was cleared of wrongdoing following investigations by the FBI and Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, Jolie stressed that the bill holds personal significance for everyone who cares about family, children’s safety, and community health. She stated that her priority is her children’s health, and for the past few years, she has focused on advocating for changing laws to safeguard other families and women from violence, emphasizing the importance of telling their stories.
Jolie recently made a public appearance with her daughter, Vivienne. This came shortly after she appeared on NBC Nightly News to express her support for the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.