Angelina Jolie & Daughters Get Crafty

Mother-of-six Angelina Jolie stepped out with two of her children – daughters Shiloh, 7, and Vivienne, 5 – in Sydney, Australia on Sunday (September 15). The trio were seen arriving at Fox Entertainment Quarter where they enjoyed an afternoon of arts and crafts at the Paster Painting Studio.

The Academy Award-winning actress has been spotted with her six kids – including Maddox, 12, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, and Knox, 5– exploring the land Down Under.

Last Tuesday, Angie and her brood were seen at the bowling alley. And prior to that, we spotted the famous family at the aquarium.

Meanwhile, papa Brad Pitt has been at the Toronto International Film Festival debuting his latest film, 12 Years a Slave.

“Yeah, she’s got her hands full,” Brad told Access Hollywood of his fiancée. “I’m actually jealous.”

Angelina plans to shoot her next directorial effort, Unbroken, about Olympic track star Louis Zamperini’s 1943 ordeal in Australia.

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  • SiervaMaria

    I love how they change kid configurations lol. The combinations they come up with like one day, it’s Shiloh and Pa, the next outing, it’s Knox and Zahara. The next time it’s just Maddox etc etc. I think Shiloh is going to be very tall.

  • Anonymous

    I agree Shi taller then Z and almost taller then Pax. They look like they had a good time.

  • Sofia

    I don’t visualize Shiloh as a girl anymore.

    • coco

      Yeah, though she’s the most gorgeous one, she looks like a boy. I bet that when she’s older she will choose the identity she’s most comfortable with, be it boy or girl.

      • coco

        It’s clear that she feels like she’s a boy. I hope she takes it well when she’ll develop and grow boobs and so on.

        • Anonymous1

          “It’s clear that she feels like she’s a boy.”
          What an odd thing to say. How do you know thats how she feels?

          I went through a similar phase when I was younger. All I wanted to wear were jeans or sweats and t-shirts. I wore nothing but converse sneakers and my hair was constantly in a ponytail underneath a baseball cap. I had no femininity in me whatsoever. All my time was spent hanging out with the boys in my area. I had no girlfriends nor any desire to have any girlfriends. This went on until I was around 14 and then something inside me changed. Now I am a happily married, heterosexual adult who wears skirts and heels to work and loves to show off my legs. I have long hair that I enjoy letting flow and enjoy spending time with my girlfriends.

          Shiloh is a 7 year old child. A CHILD. It amazes me at how many people seem to assume that because she likes to dress in boyish clothes now she is automatically a transgender individual. Maybe there is a chance of that, but maybe there is also a chance that she is just a tomboy and is going through a phase.

          I think its very unfortunate that people are trying to speculate about a 7 year old. If I were her age nowadays people would be saying the same things about me.

          *By the way, I took it just fine when I developed boobs and so on…

          • Anonymous

            You will learn that ‘coco’ is just a b*tch who tries to stir up trouble and thinks she knows e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g.

            (I mean, come on, she thinks she knows if a perfect stranger’s CHILD has gender dysphoria. The nerve of some people!!).

            Ignore her. Your life will be better for it.

          • anonymous

            Do you also enjoy long walks on the beach and snuggling?

    • Gemi


      I visualize Shiloh as Shiloh. Why should we visualize a gender when we see a person? Should we also visualize a race? A class? A religion? Let the child be.

    • Rosy

      Well sorry that she doesn’t fit your gender stereotype anymore…

  • Cary

    Angelina looks like she having a wondertime time with her girls are truly heartwarming.

  • Sammie

    They all look like they had a good time. I love Viv dress and that looks like the Ed Hardy hat my niece has.

  • Julie

    Beautiful girls. Shi will be stunning when growing up.

  • Anonymous

    I went to elementary/middle school with a girl who was a total “tomboy” all throughout her childhood. She wouldn’t have been caught dead in a skirt, dress, sparkly sandals, a hair bow… or anything else that would label her “girly.” But guess what? Now she is all grown up with a husband, kids of her own, and clearly just went through a phase. Even if she had come out as a lesbian or whatever lifestyle her heart led her to, I would still treat her the exact same way I did when I was 8 years old and still ignorant to the judgmental world around me. Shiloh is a beautiful child. And kudos to Brad & Angie for letting her be herself and not be confined to society’s ridiculous standards.

    • Anonymous

      Society is coming around, it’s coco who’s still living in the dark ages.

      • Anonymous1

        I’ll have to remember what folks are saying about Coco. I’m slightly new to this site. 🙂

  • Anonymous

    It would be nice to see Angelina in something less old-ladyish. Maybe some color…..her style is so drab.

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