Strolling through the bustling streets of New York City, Angelina Jolie, the beloved Hollywood star, was spotted exploring the city with her adopted daughter Zahara. The mother-daughter duo was seen bonding over shopping and hand-holding, cherishing the precious moments spent together amidst the lively urban atmosphere.
Angelina Jolie, the lead actress in ‘Maleficent’, was spotted in New York City on May 16 accompanied by her daughter. The duo walked the streets in a chill and trendy style. Jolie sported a chic outfit comprising a plain white tee, a black skirt and nude medium-heeled shoes. Her daughter stood out in a bright yellow tee and matching pants paired with comfy sneakers. They headed to a fashion store, enjoying a leisurely stroll.
Angelina Jolie has once again caught the attention of many despite her simple makeup. At 47 years old, the actress has decided to freshen up her looks by sporting a new blonde hair color with a slight curl to it. Her natural radiance still shines through, captivating onlookers everywhere.
The bond between Angelina Jolie and her daughter, Zahara, is unbreakable. Even though Zahara is studying at Spellman University in Atlanta, she always makes time to meet up with her mother whenever Angelina is in New York for work. At present, Angelina and her other children are residing in Los Angeles.
Angelina Jolie recently had an interview with Time magazine where she praised her adopted daughter, Zahara, who originates from Ethiopia. According to Jolie, Zahara is an extraordinary African lady who has taught her valuable lessons about life. To gain a better understanding of Zahara’s heritage and culture, Jolie has made several trips to Ethiopia with her daughter over the years.
Angelina and Zahara were spotted at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport prior to embarking on their shopping excursion.
Angelina Jolie is making a big impact in the fashion world through her latest venture, Atelier Jolie. The renowned actress has now become an entrepreneur and has pledged that her brand will use sustainable materials and employ skilled refugees for production. Even though she resigned from her position as special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in 2020, Angelina remains committed to supporting refugees and humanitarian endeavors.