Angelina Jolie is focussed on 'healing her family'

Thursday, 04 Feb, 2021

Jolie then reflected on life in her 40s - recalling the death of her mother in the process.

"I'm managing through it because the children are quite resilient, and they're helping me, but I'm not good at it at all", she adds.

And while the world looks up to Jolie for her compassion and motherly prowess, the 45-year-old actress doesn't see herself in the same light, particularly when it comes to being a stay-at-home mother.

As for how the matriarch is holding up following hardship, she's "trying to be hopeful" now that she's "come through a few things".

"I think that like most families, we have had this bigger thing happening with the pandemic", Angelina reveals. "It's slowly coming back, like the ice melting and the blood returning to my body", she said. I feel very lucky that we have this right now.

Brad's mother, Jane Pitt has recently, out of blue, said that she is still hoping for Brad and Jennifer to initiate ties of union together.

She spoke about getting older and how ageing has helped her grow into the person she is now, "I do like being older".

In the image, Jolie is seen tying up her son's long black hair, holding a large black clip in her mouth. But also, you have met our children. "And I think this is probably his most important work". Recall that the actors are the parents of six children: Maddox (19 years old), Pax (16 years old), Zahara (15 years old), Shiloh (14 years old), Knox and Vivienne (12 years). "We went into it having just gotten out of the hospital with Zahara [who underwent surgery last March], and we were so happy she was OK that we entered lockdown in a different state of mind", Jolie continued.

Women who continue to thrive - wear what they want, shag who they want, say what they want - after a certain age (usually 50) are often described as ageing disgracefully. "There was a day I was an action star, and now the kids are telling me to get off the trampoline because I'll hurt myself".

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