Angelina Jolie goes shopping with her daughter Zahara
Angelina Jolie looks distinctively chic in a camel coat as she goes shopping with her daughter Zahara
Angelina Jolie stepped out in a quintessentially chic outfit while shopping with her daughter Zahara on Saturday.
The actress, 46, donned a camel-colored coat with a cinched waist as she raised her waist with matching heels.
She complied with Covid restrictions as she wore a black disposable face mask, while her 16-year-old daughter wore a white one.
Cutting-edge: Angelina Jolie, 46, steps out in quintessentially chic outfit as she goes shopping with her daughter Zahara, 16, on Saturday
Zahara looked stylish in a red dress paired with white sneakers as she helped her mom stock up on essentials.
The outing comes shortly after Angelia was in Washington DC to advocate for the re-authorization of the violence against women law and meeting gymnasts testifying at a hearing in connection with the botched investigation of the Larry Nassar Sexual Abuse FBI.
The trip made headlines in the United States, with the actress meeting victims of Larry Nassar and an officer who defended the Capitol from rioters on January 6.
She posted a photo of herself posing with gymnasts and victims of abuse from Nassar Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney, Maggie Nichols and Jessica Howard during a Senate hearing into the FBI’s botched investigation into the sexual abuse of Nassar.
Looks great: The actress donned a camel-colored jacket with a cinched waist as she raised her waist with matching heels as she wore a black face mask
“I was honored to meet some of the brave American gymnasts who appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday,” Angelina began in the caption of the post. â€œI am impressed by their courage and commitment to preventing future abuse investigation failures.
“As Aly Raisman said in her testimony,” over 100 victims could have been spared the abuse. All we needed was an adult to do the right thing. â€Send them support and respect, and all those reliving this trauma so that system reforms can take place.
“I was on Capitol Hill this week discussing with Senators the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act and FBI reforms, including better protections for abused children, collecting medical evidence. unbiased legal, trauma care and forensic training. ”
‘I was honored’: The outing comes after she posted a photo of herself posing with gymnasts and abuse victims from Nassar Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney, Maggie Nichols and Jessica Howard in the middle Senate hearing into botched FBI investigation into Nassar’s sex abuse