Angelina Jolie’s Teddy Bear Girls

Academy Award-winning actress Angelina Jolie was photographed with two of her daughters – Zahara, 7, and soon-to-be 6-year-old Shiloh – leaving the Amstel Hotel in Amsterdam on Thursday (March 15). Angelina tucked a huge teddy bear under her arm while a staff member carried one for the group. Shiloh held onto her trusty blanket, while Zahara smiled at the shutterbugs.

The day before, we saw the trio enjoying a boat ride down a canal. The giggly girls kept mom smiling as they made funny faces for the paparazzi.

On Wednesday, Angelina attended the sentencing of Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga at the International Criminal Court. Lubanga kidnapped and recruited young children, forcing them to become child soldiers to fight for Congolese rebels.

“This is their day,” Angelina said. “Where these children will feel there is no impunity for what happened to them, for what they suffered.”

Angie and her longtime love Brad Pitt are also parents to Maddox, 10, Pax, 8, and 3-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

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  • Anonymous

    Shiloh looks a lot like the twins – especially the boy. The three of them are all gorgeous though.

    • Venni

      “The three of them are all gorgeous though.”

      I thought she had six kids.

  • Anonymous

    CBS – thanks for mentioning why she was in the Netherlands. In addition to her work in film, Angelina is a humanitarian and extremely generous philantropist who uses her high profile in very unselfish ways. Wish I could say the same about other celebs.

  • Anonymous

    Look at those legs. If only she were a little more “humanitarian” toward herself. At this rate those children won’t have a healthy mother for long.

  • Anonymous

    Angelina looks great. Shiloh and twin boy look just like her

  • Anonymous

    I just don’t understand how perpetual globe-trotting is good for kids. For so many reasons. No amount of money and luxury living can replace the consistency that children need. Uprooting your children all the time is not in their best interest. Not to mention adjusting to drastic time changes constantly! We are back to PST after a few weeks in the Southeast, and it’s ROUGH. When the children are teenagers, they will resent a nomadic lifestyle. Kids long to be part of a group, have reliable friendships (not just with siblings), etc. Hopefully by then they’ll be settled.

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