Angelina Jolie’s kids are getting a grand inheritance — chic designer hand-me-downs.
Jolie was joined by five of her children on the red carpet of Marvel’s “Eternals” inLos Angeles Monday night at the Dolby Theater. The actress’ oldest daughter, Zahara Jolie-Pitt, wore her mother’s dress for a vintage gown look, an Elie Saab Couture dress witha sheer bodice adorned with shimmering rhinestones. Jolie previously wore the dress during the 2014 Oscars ceremony.
Zahara, 16, was joined by her siblings Maddox, 20, Shiloh, 15, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 13. Jolie also shares another child with ex-husband Brad Pitt, Pax, 17, who didn’t attend the premiere.
Jolie wore a brown Balmain corset and pants ensemble while describing her children’s outfits in an interview with Entertainment Tonight as “all mixed with vintage, and in my old Oscars dress. We did all vintage and upcycled my old stuff.”
Jolie and Pitt adopted Zahara in 2005 from Ethiopia. In a 2020 interview with Time 100 Talk, the “Eternals” actress praised her eldest daughter as “an extraordinary African woman.”
“I have learned so much from her. She is my family, but she is an extraordinary African woman and her connection to her country, her continent, is her own and it’s something I only stand back in awe of,” Jolie said.
Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt in 2016 but the two are still battling over custody of their minor children. In July the California court of appeals disqualified the private judge the couple used to handle the split and custody dispute after ruling Judge John Ouderkirk didn’t sufficiently disclose in business relationships with Pitt’s attorneys in a timely manner, thus raising potential questions about his impartiality.
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Before the court disqualified Jolie and Pitt’s private judge, the couple was granted joint custody of their children.
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In September, Pitt’s attorneys filed to challenge the appellate court’s decision saying it would cause “irreparable harm” to the Jolie-Pitt children and to those of other families in similar cases by prolonging the resolution of custody disputes in an already-overburdened court system.
Contributing: Maria Puente