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Children of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, what they look like now that they are teenagers | present

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt still in the battle for custody of your children. Although Brad Pitt recently won joint custody, sources say Jolie will continue to seek to get her full custody. Like this their children have once again become the topic of conversation of the show, reminding us this time, that it is no longer about children but about some adolescents.

Remember Angelina’s children Jolie and Brad Pitt? That’s what they look like now.

If we remember, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have six children. Three biological and three adopted: Shiloh Nouvel, Vivienne Marcheline, Knox Leon, Zahara, Maddox and Pax Thien.

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Maddox is the only one of the six children not in the custody dispute as they are of legal age. However, he himself wants to remove the surname Pitt after the alleged assaults he suffered from his father on a private jet and what subsequently led to the divorce.

They are the children of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

Maddox, 19 years old

Maddox is the eldest son and closest to his mother. In March 2002 he was adopted in Cambodia by Angelina Jolie. His original name was Rath Vibol and he lived in an orphanage until he was seven months old.  Jolie had adopted him alone but when she married Brad Pitt, he adopted him too. Maddox studies biochemistry at Yosei University in South Korea but due to the pandemic, he returned home to the United States with his mother and siblings. Her relationship with Brad Pitt is very complicated.

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Zahara 16

Zahara is not the one who follows Maddox in age but she was the second sister adopted by the family. Zahara was six months old and was adopted in Ethiopia by Angelina Jolie. Later, also when Jolie and Pitt married, Zahara took the last name from her mom and dad. When Zahara was about to turn three years old, the biological mom, who was 19 when she was given up for adoption, asked to be returned but later repented.

Zahara has had small film appearances. One in Maleficent and one in Kung Fu panda 3.

Pax Thien, 17 years old

Pax was the couple’s third child although he is the second oldest. He was three years old when he was adopted by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Pax was abandoned by his mother, who was addicted to heroin and could not keep him, in an orphanage. According to entertainment media, Brad Pitt refused to adopt him but Angelina Jolie had already begun the process without warning him.

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Shiloh (John) 15

Shiloh was born in Namibia in 2006 and has the most controversial history of all his children. She was born as the first biological daughter of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. But since she was very young, she asked her parents to call her John because she identified with the male gender. At the age of 12 he began his transition.

“She, like all my children, is free to decide whatever she wants to be,” Angelina Jolie said in an interview.

Vivienne and Knox 12

The younger twins of the house. Vivienne and Knox are also biological children of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Because of their young age they are the ones who have been in the spotlight the least. However, they have also had appearances in their mom’s movies.

Angelina Jolie’s children organized a surprise party for her

To celebrate Angelina Jolie’s 46-year-old, her children took her to a restaurant in Los Angeles, California. Paparazzi caught them leaving the Tao restaurant where, evidently, Brad Pitt was conspicuous by his absence.

Helen Hernandez is our best writer. Helen writes about social news and celebrity gossip. She loves watching movies since childhood. Email: [email protected] Phone : +1 281-333-2229

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