Angelina Jolie Just Stepped Out with All Six of Her Kids in NYC

Erica Gonzales
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From Harper's BAZAAR

  • Angelina Jolie stepped out for a screening of the film The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind in NYC last night.
  • She brought all six of her children, whom she shares with ex-husband, Brad Pitt: Maddox, 17, Zahara, 14, Pax, 15, Shiloh, 12, Vivienne, 10, and Knox, 10.
  • Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt in September 2016 after two years of marriage.

Date night with mom! Angelina Jolie made a sweet appearance with all six of her children, whom she shares with ex-husband Brad Pitt, last night for a screening of the film The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind in New York City. Her brood looked all grown up, dressing in dark and neutral colors to match with her chic coat dress.

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There's Knox, 10, who wore a gray jacket, pants, and sneakers; Vivienne, 10, who mixed a navy and black outfit with Chucks; Pax, 15, who rocked a suit with a printed shirt; Shiloh, 12, who wore a black suit and white shirt; Zahara, 14, who wore a black dress and boots; and Maddox, 17, who wrapped up in a cream scarf.

Although Jolie wasn't directly involved in the movie, she moderated last night's screening event, which included a Q&A with director Chiwetel Ejiofor and author William Kamkwamba, who wrote the story on which the film is based. We're sure her kids watched proudly from the audience.


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Jolie recently said that as a parent, she's okay with not having "perfectly behaved" children; in fact, she welcomes a little rebellion.

“[My kids] all have a good rebellious streak that is wonderful and curious,” she told BBC Radio 4's Today in December, per People. “I don’t want them to be perfectly behaved little people that just say what’s absolutely appropriate because I say so … they have to find themselves.”

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Angelina and Brad's kids don't only support her film career, they also help out with her humanitarian works. Two summers ago, the actress brought her children to Namibia to open a plant nursery and replace dying trees in the local desert in association with the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, Her Majesty's worldwide forest conservation initiative.

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