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Video: Angelina Jolie Talks About Her Isolation
Angelina Jolie does not let anyone into her private life and protects her family from the attention of the press, but the British Harper's Bazaar succeeded in the impossible: the actress and philanthropist not only gave a rare interview to the publication, but also showed how her isolation goes.
Angelina made a couple of shots against the backdrop of an estate in the respectable Los Angeles area of Los Feliz. Judging by the pictures, Jolie even spends her quarantine in her favorite tunic dress and prefers to walk barefoot, enjoying the June heat.
The ex-wife of Brad Pitt said that she “spends all her energy” on six children and the life of a large family: “Like most parents, I try to stay calm so that my children do not worry once again because of me - they already have enough reasons for unrest". At Angie’s home, apart from the children, pets require care: after the operation, Vivien’s daughter’s favorite rabbit died, and they took two rabbits with disabilities from the shelter - they certainly need to live in pairs. In addition, there was a place in the mansion for dogs, a snake and a lizard.
Despite the serene rhythm of life, Angie follows the news and sympathizes with the protesters against racism: “The state system that protects me but cannot protect my daughter or any other man, woman or child in our country because of their skin color is unacceptable ".
Jolie added that she worries about the consequences of the pandemic: due to forced isolation, the level of domestic and sexual violence is increasing, and women and children are the most vulnerable. Finally, the actress admitted that she was working on a children's book - she would help boys and girls know their rights and protect themselves from cruelty.
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