Angelina Jolie is a woman of many values. For her, the good education of her children is essential and she advocates gender equality.
Angelina Jolie has many strings to her bow, but what motivates her the most on a daily basis is her role as a mother.Mother of six children, the actress is very close to each of them. Each member of her lovely tribe has a unique story. If Angelina Jolie had three biological children with her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, she also adopted three. And one thing is certain, it’s that this woman very committed to many causes, makes no difference between her children. The Hollywood star fights daily for the happiness of Maddox, Pax Thien, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox Léon and Vivienne. She did everything to obtain their sole custody after her divorce from Brad Pitt.
However, there is one value that her six children must respect at home, that of equality between men and women. During an interview with Madame Figaro and published this Friday, June 17, Angelina Jolie confided in the education of her children. “This question of education arises beyond any geographical or cultural connotation, it arises in all communities or families, in your home as in mine”, < /em> she said. And to add: “I, for example, have three boys and three girls, and every day I discover new aspects in each of them. The idea is that everyone finds their place regardless of their gender, and flourishes equally without hindering the freedom of the other… »
Angelina Jolie: “None of my children was born in the United States”
Angelina Jolie conveys great values to her children, and she offers them an incredible openness of spirit. “None of my six children were born in the United States“, explained the actress, before clarifying: “My twins were born in France, my daughter is Ethiopian, my Vietnamese and Cambodian son, and Shiloh opened his eyes in Namibia. My heart is attached to several countries, and above all to those of birth and heritage of my children. ” Nevertheless, Angelina Jolie revealed: “But I must say that Cambodia has was the first country with which I established a very strong bond.“ The happiness of her children is her top priority.