Another quick trip for the Jolie-Pitts.
Academy Award-winning actress Angelina Jolie was photographed with three of her children – son Pax, 12, and daughters Zahara, 11, and Shiloh, 9 – departing on a flight at Los Angeles International Airport on Monday (March 7).
On Wednesday, we spotted the group arriving into LAX together.
The famous family have spent the last three months in Cambodia filming Angelina’s new movie, First They Killed My Father.
The actress, 40, and her oldest child – 14-year-old son Maddox – have been working on what she’s calling the “most important” film of her career. The movie is an adaptation of the Khmer Rouge memoir written by survivor Loung Ung that recounts the 1970s Cambodian genocide from a child’s perspective.
“When I first came to Cambodia, it changed me. It changed my perspective,” Angelina recently said. “I realized there was so much about history that I had not been taught in school, and so much about life that I needed to understand, and I was very humbled by it.”
She added: “For me, this is the moment, where finally my life is kind of in line, and I feel I’m finally where I should be.”
Angelina and her husband, World War Z star Brad Pitt, are also parents to 7-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.