It's been quite a while since the world has seen the Jolie-Pitt kids pose together, and maybe it hadn't quite hit home exactly how grown up the brood has become.
Angelina Jolie and five-sixths of her offspring showed up at the premiere of The Breadwinner, a film for which she serves as an executive producer, at the Toronto International Film Festival, Elle reports. They posed together on the red carpet for the first time since the January 2016 premiere of Kung Fu Panda more than a year and half ago.
From left to right in the pic, there's 13-year-old Pax, 11-year-old Shiloh, 9-year-old Knox Leon, Jolie herself, 12-year-old Zahara, and 9-year-old Vivienne. The non-Jolie Pitts in the photo (in the center and on the right) are First They Killed My Father author Loung Ung, The Breadwinner director Nora Twomey, First They Killed My Father star Sareum Srey Moch, and The Breadwinner actress Saara Chaudry. 16-year-old Maddox was notably missing from the photo op, though he was photographed with his family at the Telluride Film Festival on September 2, according to Elle.
The latest family photo comes a few weeks before the one-year anniversary of Jolie's public announcement of her split from Pitt, her partner of 10 years (and husband for two of them) and the father of all six kids. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, the actress opened up about what it's been like being a newly single mom.
"It's been difficult," she said. "I don't enjoy being single. It's not something I wanted. There's nothing nice about it. It's just hard. Sometimes maybe it appears I am pulling it all together, but really I am just trying to get through my days. Emotionally it's been a very difficult year and I have had some other health issues. So my health is something I have to monitor."
"Maybe now that my kids are growing up I am starting to realize that my own sense of play has been put on hold for a while," she continued. "And maybe them hitting their teens is going to bring out a little more fun in mom... So maybe I am going back. It may be time."
A family-filled movie premiere seems like as good a place as any to start.