Angelina Jolie is very thankful despite being in quarantine because she has all of her kids around.
Angelina Jolie got candid as she opened up about her quarantine life with her six children. According to the Maleficent star, their home is chaotic, but she enjoys it because her brood is complete.
Angelina Jolie speaks about quarantine life
Angelina Jolie appreciates the extra time she has with her six children Maddox, 18, Pax, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 14, and 12-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox due to the quarantine.
The celebrity mom enjoyed the “chaos” of their quality time.
“You know, I’ve never been one who valued relaxation. I like chaos,” Jolie said.
“I’ve been on high-level meetings where there’s dogs and balls and kids and things. You kind of just enjoy being human with everybody else and laughing through it.”
Jolie shared that she keeps everyone on track by creating schedules. However, she admitted that her daughter, Zahara, is better with her when it comes to organizing things.
How Angelina and her kids bond
Since everyone is home, Angelina Jolie and her six children with Brad Pitt have more time to bond. The One and Only Ivan star shared that they all love to gather together for at-home screening.
Just like other households, Jolie and her kids enjoy the night in their pajamas and robes with lots of snacks.
“Well, we’re all there. So all six kids, my oldest son’s home from Korea — lots of popcorn and just like really every family, we’re just pajamas, robes, snacks,” Jolie added.
“They’re all together and it’s a nice big bunch, so everybody’s helping each other out. We’re lucky.”
Jolie praised her kids
Angelina Jolie is a proud mom when it comes to how her children look after one another. She described them as an “amazing team.”
“When you have that many children, they really take care of each other. They help me. I’m not alone managing everything. They are an amazing team. So I’m very very fortunate,” she said.
Update about Maddox
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s eldest son Maddox is also at home. He was studying biochemistry at Yonsei University in South Korea. However, he flew back to the U.S. when the COVID-19 pandemic broke.
“I’m so lucky. We’ve all been used to being tight together for a long time,” the Mr. & Mrs. Smith star said.
“And it was so nice when Madd came home from college even though I’m so happy he’s there, now he’s going to college in Korea while he’s still in the house. So I somehow ended up… even though it’s at 6 pm, yeah he starts late but I’m lucky.”
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