Angelina Jolie is mega Hollywood star that has an impressive list of credits to her name. Angelina Jolie has been focusing on growing her family with her finace Brad Pitt. Angie is a UN Ambassador and travels constantly internationally.
With her whole brood in tow, Angelina Jolie arrived in Australia early Friday morning (September 6). Kids Shiloh, Maddox, Pax, Zahara Marley, Vivienne and Knox made the trip; their dad Brad Pitt, however, did not.
The superstar is in Australia to direct a new World War II drama called “Unbroken.” It tells the true story of Olympic track star and war hero Louie Zamperini, who survived for 47 days without food or water when his plane crashed in the Pacific Ocean in 1943. He endured shark attacks, aerial attacks and hunger before being captured by the Japanese and sent to a prisoner-of-war camp.
Lending her international celebrity to an international cause, Angelina Jolie is speaking out about the catastrophic conditions children in Syria are enduring, in hopes of bringing more attention to their plight.
Brad Pitt’s other half has released this statement: “What is happening to the children of Syria is sickening. Thousands of innocent young boys and girls have lost their lives in horrific circumstances, including in recent attacks near Damascus. And now one million Syrian children are struggling to survive as refugees in heart-breaking conditions.”
Her decision to undergo a preventative double mastectomy earlier this year got many people talking, and now, Angelina Jolie's surgeon is speaking about the "Salt" beauty's choice.
In an interview with Los Angeles Magazine, Dr. Kristi Funk says the mother of six "waited to find the perfect timing in her personal and professional life, but I think most importantly in her soul” to go public about the operation.