Zahra wore the silver dress Jolie wore to the 2014 Oscars
Angelina Jolie’s children are all grown up now.
Jolie, 46, and five of her six children walked the red carpet at the premiere of their upcoming Marvel film “Eternal” on Monday night.
Each child wore a different outfit chosen from Jolie’s wardrobe and previously worn by the actress herself.
“My kids mixed with vintage, and in my old Oscar outfit,” Jolie told Entertainment Tonight Walking the red carpet. “We did all the vintage and upcycled our vintage stuff.”
Jolie’s eldest daughter Zahra, 16, wore the silver draped Elie Saab Haute Couture gown that the actress wore to the 2014 Oscars.
It looked like the Shiloh Beige Gabriella Hearst slip dress Jolie, 15, wore earlier this year in Paris.
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Maddox, 20, wore a black suit, while 13-year-old Vivienne wore a cream outfit. Knox, 13, wore a matching black and green vest and pant outfit.
Despite all the kids choosing the old Jolie outfits, the “Maleficent” actress joked that she wouldn’t choose the gold bodysuit she wore in “Eternal.”
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“Would you like to see your mother wear that?” Jolie quipped while talking to Entertainment Tonight. “I don’t know, they haven’t seen the movie, but your mom walks in with a gold spandex dress and blonde hair, they’re like, ‘What do you do for a living? What are you? Get back in your cloak. ‘”
Jolie has always had a close relationship with her children, which she shares with her ex-husband Brad Pitt. The two have been locked in a court battle over the custody of the children since the actress filed for divorce in 2016. Their divorce was finalized in 2019.
In May, Jolie told E! Kay opened up about the symbiotic support system she now shares with her kids in an interview with “Daily Pop.”
“I have six very capable children,” actress shared. “Of course you wake up and you’re like, ‘I have to make sure they’re okay. I have to make sure they’re fine mentally,’ but honestly, I think that changed a few years ago And they’re thinking, ‘I have to make sure Mom is okay.’”