Angelina Jolie, 46, and her daughter Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, 13, demonstrated that having a good sense of style may be inherited. While shopping at The Grove, the two looked extremely stylish as they walked side by side.
Vivienne wore a blue sweater and baggy high-waisted jeans as she wrapped her arm around the shoulders of her mother, who wore a long-sleeved grey top and a tan high-waisted maxi skirt.
Angelina Jolie enjoys bonding with all of her children, but she also enjoys taking them on solo outings once in a while to give them some one-on-one time. She was recently seen shopping with Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, 15, in Los Angeles.
Shiloh wore a black designer hoodie and converse, while Angelina wore an all-black ensemble that included a flowy cardigan, leggings, and a designer handbag. Angelina wore an all-black ensemble on another shopping trip with Shiloh, while Shiloh wore a white sweatshirt and ripped jeans.
Shiloh was also recently taken on a special trip by Angelina to Cambodia, where Angelina’s adopted son Maddox was born. The actress shared a touching post about how much her family enjoyed their trip there in February.
“After a few days in Cambodia among the friendly locals, I feel like my soul is healing. This has always been a special country for my family and me,” she wrote in the caption. She and Shiloh appeared to be laughing together in the photo.
In addition, the A-list actress recently traveled to Yemen to assist with the efforts in Ukraine. During her visit, she met with refugees who had been forced to flee their homes as a result of Russia’s attack on Ukraine.
“As we continue to watch the horrors unfold in Ukraine and demand an immediate end to the conflict and humanitarian access, I’m here in Yemen to support people who, like us, desperately need peace,” she wrote in her caption.
As a Special Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the Mr. & Mrs. Smith actress has vowed to do everything she can to assist the efforts in Ukraine.
In a heartfelt Instagram post, she vowed that “along with my UNHCR colleagues, everything possible is [being] done to ensure the protection and basic human rights of those displaced, and refugees in the region.”