Published: Wed, February 03, 2021

Angelina Jolie Says She's Not a Good Stay-at-Home Mom | WiLD 94.9

Angelina Jolie Says She's Not a Good Stay-at-Home Mom | WiLD 94.9

Back in 2014, Jolie revealed her children were interested in getting ink of their own.

She also said motherhood wasn't quite how she had imagined it. "I also wore a little flower ring that was hers, and Jamie wore an angel pin from her jewelry box", Jolie told People. I did not imagine it in this true traditional sense.

Talking about the difficulties she faced being a mother, she said "I feel like I'm lacking in all the skills to be a traditional stay-at-home mom", per E!

For the time being, she and the six children she shares to Pitt - twins Knox and Vivienne, 12; Shiloh, 14; Zahara, 15; Pax, 16; and 19-year-old Maddox - are stayed in a Los Angeles estate that additionally has a deep history; It once belonged to the late celebrated film director Cecil B. DeMille. "I feel very fortunate we have that at this time". "It may sound clichéd, but you love and you try, and even if you burn the eggs, that doesn't matter in the end", Jolie continues. Noting that "Angelina and I are orphans too, in a way", he explained, "When you see those kids in orphanages, they cling to each other". I like the older years. Maybe because... I don't know... It's slowly coming back, like the ice melting'.

Angelina Jolie sells painting Churchill gave as gift to FDR

It's not all the days that are reserved Angelina Jolie talks about his break up with Brad Pitt. I feel much more comfortable in my forties than when I was younger.

When asked if she feels at a "happy stage" in her life, Angie responded with: 'I don't know.

And though the 45-year-old is unsure about her happiness now, she expresses excitement for her 50s, saying, "I feel that I'm gonna hit my stride in my 50s". She recalled being on the trampoline the other day with her children telling her to get off as she might hurt herself. "I wanted it to be close to their dad, who is only five minutes away", Angie said.

It was gifted by Sir Winston, who was a keen painter, to then U.S. president Franklin D Roosevelt as a memento of the pair's visit there following the Casablanca Conference of 1943, Christie's said. "And I think this is probably his most important work". She added: 'I thought, "God, isn't that amusing?"

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