At the airport, Angelina Jolie’s breast line and radiant smile caught the attention of paparazzi
Her casual look for her trip is sleek and casual. In New York, Angelina Jolie was spotted at JFK airport.
On her way to check in for a flight, the Hollywood star was pictured. Angelina looked stylish in a winter outfit. Her outfit consisted of a black sweater with a deep V-neck, dark gray trousers, and patent leather sturdy heeled boots. She wore a gray wool coat to complete her look. Her eyes were hidden behind sunglasses. Flowing freely over her shoulders, her brown hair was shiny and healthy. The laconic yellow gold jeweler completed the image of Maleficent with earrings, a thin chain with a pendant, and some rings. A clean glowing complexion and a glossy sheen on her plump lips showed off the mum-of-six’s fresh and rested appearance. The paparazzi made Angelina smile.
Her charity work has taken her around the world extensively, as well as for work. Brad Pitt’s ex-wife visited Iran earlier this month to support local protestors. The day before, Jolie posted a video on her social media page showing women cutting off strands of hair. I am participating in my friend’s art project to show solidarity with the courageous women in Iran fighting for equality and to honor their courage,” the actress said. The actress explained that the strands are to be sent to a Paris address, and the show will take place in New York on March 8. In the photo, Angelina can be seen cutting a part of her daughter Zahra’s ponytail. Another of her children’s heads was also posted, according to the Daily Mail.
I’m supporting Iranian women’s actions of resistance by sending strands of my hair to Prune Nourry, a global art project. Anyone can participate,” the artist added. Recently, Jolie visited Iraq with a well-known human rights activist. Having the opportunity to spend a day in Sinjar with my friend Nadia Murad was an emotional experience. I visited her house, the village of Kocho, and the cemetery where many of the remains of Kocho residents are buried. There are still many missing people, and the search for justice continues,” the Hollywood diva said.