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Angelina Jolie: No One Knows The Real Angelina Jolie. Only Her Children Does ! Is It True

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Only Children Know The Real Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt might be currently engaged in an ugly legal battle. However, Angelina is also promoting her movie The One And Only. In one of the interviews, Angelina revealed that not many people know what she is like in real life. However, if anyone knows what she is like in reality, then that’s her children. She said, “I’m pretty much who I am because I don’t know how to be anything else… but if you asked me, ‘Do I think people really know me as who I really am?’ I think only my children could explain who I am, really.” Angelina and Brad share six children-  Maddox, 19, Pax, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 14, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 12. All of them are adopted by the two.

Angelina Jolie Tries Not To Make Her Kids Anxious

Angelina is a movie star who has a lot on her plate. Apart from raising her kid, she is also busy with her movies and other ventures, not to forget her ongoing battle with Brad Pitt. As a result, she sometimes gets anxious and mentally disturbed. However, she makes sure this doesn’t reach her children. She said, “Like most parents, I focus on staying calm so my children don’t feel anxiety from me on top of all they are worried about. I put all my energy into them.”

Angelina Jolie Reveals The Inspiration Behind Doing The One And Only

Angelina’s latest movie, The One and Only has a connection with her kids. Apparently, she decided to make the movie after she read the book with her kid Shiloh. She said, “Well, Shiloh read the book and we started reading it together and talked about Ivan and why Ivan was so special.”

Brad and Angelina
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Angelina Jolie Highlights What Makes The One And Only Relatable

Angelina Jolie gave a sneak-peek of what makes her latest movie relatable. She said, “I think a lot of people can also relate to that. Where there’s expectations on them to be what people assume they are and they don’t often have the friends or freedom to express who they really are… and be that person.”

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