Angelina Jolie was seen in her usual stylish attire during a grocery store visit with her daughter Zahara over the weekend. The 46-year-old actress sported a camel-colored coat that beautifully accentuated her figure, paired with slip-on heels of the same hue for added height. Adhering to Covid-19 protocols, she also wore a black disposable face mask, while her 16-year-old daughter opted for a white one.
Angelina Jolie, aged 46, was spotted grocery shopping with her daughter, Zahara, aged 16, while looking fashionably chic in her outfit. Zahara also looked stylish in white trainers and a red dress as she helped her mother purchase essentials. Recently, Angelina was seen in Washington D.C. advocating for the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. She also met with gymnasts testifying in a hearing on the FBI’s failed investigation into Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse. The actress’s trip has attracted attention due to her meeting with Nassar’s victims and a Capitol officer who defended against the January 6th rioters. She shared a photo of herself posing with Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney, Maggie Nichols, and Jessica Howard amid the Senate hearing on the FBI’s investigation into Nassar’s sexual abuse.
Appearing stylish: The performer wore a jacket in a shade of camel that featured a waist cinching detail. She paired this with slip-on heels in a matching hue, and completed the look with a black face mask.
In a recent post, Angelina expressed her admiration for the courageous US gymnasts who testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee. She commended their bravery and dedication to preventing future failures in investigating abuse. Angelina cited Aly Raisman’s testimony, wherein she stated that a single adult doing the right thing could have spared over 100 victims from abuse. Angelina extended her support and respect not just to the athletes but to all those who are reliving the trauma for the sake of implementing system reforms. As Angelina revealed, she was on Capitol Hill to discuss important matters such as the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, FBI reforms, non-biased forensic evidence collection, trauma care, and judicial training to better protect abused children.
“I felt grateful”: Recently, she shared a picture of herself with Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney, Maggie Nichols, and Jessica Howard – all gymnasts and victims of Nassar’s abuse – during a Senate hearing investigating the FBI’s failed investigation into Nassar’s sexual misconduct.