While speaking with Harper’s Bazaar, Angelina Jolie revealed that she wasn’t very popular in school. Years later, Jolie became one of the most sought after stars in Hollywood and a lot of people across the globe know who she is.
“At school, I wasn’t that popular person; I was a punk. I loved leather, PVC, and fishnets. Those were my three favorite fabrics in my early 20s. I remember the first time I wore PVC pants,” she said.
Jolie also shared what it was like auditioning for a project in Los Angeles. She said that by the time it was her turn, her pants had fused together. Unfortunately, she didn’t get the part. But the actress said that she obsessed with their attire back then.
“But I loved those pants. I wore something similar when I married Jonny [Lee Miller],” she said.
During the same interview, Jolie opened up about her visible and invisible scars. She said that her body has been through a lot over the past decade.
“I have both the visible and invisible scars to show for it. The invisible ones are harder to wrestle with. Life takes many turns. Sometimes you get hurt, you see those you love in pain, and you can’t be as free and open as your spirit desires. It’s not new or old, but I do feel the blood returning to my body,” Angelina Jolie said.
Four years ago, the Maleficent: Mistress of Evil star announced her divorce from Pitt. Following the end of her marriage, Jolie journeyed to find herself again.
She told the publication last year that her children played a huge role in helping her find herself again.
“The part of us that is free, wild, open, curious can get shut down by life. By pain or by harm. My children know my true self, and they have helped me to find it again and to embrace it. They have been through a lot. I learn from their strength. As parents, we encourage our kids to embrace all that they are, and all that they know in their hearts to be right, and they look back at us and want the same for us,” she said.
Angelina Jolie also said that she’s been teaching her kids to be bold and to know who they really are.
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