Angelina Jolie wore a flowing long dress showing off her attractive beauty when walking with her two daughters on the streets of Rome, Italy on July 3.
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie is going to Italy to film her new movie Without Blood. This is a film where the 47-year-old star is in charge of directing. In recent years, Angelina Jolie is very confident when directing a series of films such as By the Sea, First They Killed My Father, In the Land of Blood and Honey…
Going to Italy to film a new movie, Angelina Jolie also took her children with her. A few days ago, the American actress was seen shopping in the street with her daughter Zahara, and on July 3, Angelina Jolie accompanied her two children, Zahara, 17, and Vivienne, 13.
Appearing on the street, Angelina Jolie wears a luxurious dress of Alberta Ferretti, which costs more than 30 million VND. No fancy makeup, but the Oscar-winning actress is still beautiful and stands out from the crowd. During a walk on the street, Angelina Jolie and her children stopped at many food and souvenir shops on the street, shopping and chatting happily.
Angelina Jolie regularly travels around the world. “Star” movie Mr. and Mrs. Smith revealed, she likes to live everywhere in the world and so do her children. In an interview on American television, Angelina Jolie said: “I don’t like being in one place, I like being constantly on the move.”
The beautiful actress affirmed that the hobby of moving is not her own. Angelina said: ‘If my children complain, I will listen to them, but right now they don’t, they love to go places. If they’ve been around for two months, they’re sure to ask, “Why can’t we fly?”
My children love to move, going here and there and of course we always try to feel at home. My children also don’t have to go around the world alone and miss their friends. They are a big, big family, so they can always be together, play together. Because we travel a lot, we are fortunate to have friends around the world.”
Recently, Angelina Jolie had a rare interview with People magazine. In a conversation with reporters, the 47-year-old star shared about her life with six children and affirmed, she is not a perfect mother.
The Oscar-winning star confided that she frequently questioned herself about parenting decisions as a single mother. The beautiful actress said: “I am not a perfect parent. Every day, I feel I am more aware of what I did wrong.
I have quite a few children and I feel that they influence each other. Personally, I am very honest with my children.”
Angelina Jolie added that she is curious about all the different aspects of her children, and wants to help them develop all their abilities. “I have six very different children. I’m really excited to be with them through different stages of life. As a mother, I feel it’s my duty to help them understand who they really are.”
Angelina Jolie admitted that while staying at home during the Covid-19 epidemic, she discovered she lacked many skills of a “stay-at-home” mother.
“Although I’ve always wanted to have more children and be a mother, I didn’t envision it in the true traditional sense,” Angelina said. I feel like I lack all the skills to be a traditional housewife. Fortunately, I also overcame it because the children are quite resilient and they always help me.
If you asked me if I thought people really understood who I was, I would answer: “I think only my children can understand who I really am.”
Angelina has decided to focus on directing and producing at the moment, as she has been spotted on set for her new project Without Blood in the last few weeks.
Without Blood is based on the international-bestselling novel of the same name by Italian writer Alessandro Baricc – with Angelina set to write, direct and produce it.
Speaking after the film was announced, Angelina said: ‘I’m honoured to be here in Italy to bring this very special material to film, and to have been entrusted by Alessandro Baricco with the adaptation of his book — with its unique poetry and emotion and way of looking at war, and the questions it poses about what we search for after trauma or loss or injustice’.