Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie’s association with charity work continues! And it looks like she is making sure that her kids, too, follow the same league when they grow up! Angelina was spotted with her kids at the headquarters of an anti-landmine charity in Scotland.
The 36-year old actress has been camped at a 16th century estate with her six children while partner Brad Pitt shoots upcoming horror film ‘World War Z’ in Glasgow – but took some time away from her picturesque surroundings to meet workers from the charity, which helps remove scattered debris from warzones across the world.
Meanwhile, Angelina, being the socially aware lady she is, visited the HALO Trust in Dumfriesshire to meet the workers from the charity, which helps remove landmines and scattered debris from warzones across the world. Jolie was quoted as saying: “It was a privilege to visit the HALO headquarters and meet their committed staff. In the aftermath of war, HALO’s mine-clearing efforts are fundamental to a safe return and community building.”
However, Angelina did not bring all her six children along; she brought the elder children - Maddox, Pax, Zahara and Shiloh, to help raise their awareness about the cause.
HALO co-founder and director Guy Willoughby told Life & Style: “She felt it was important for them to learn about land mines in a safe setting…We spent half an hour showing her four older kids what the land mine issues were and what they looked like. Then the kids went to muck around with my kids at the farm.”
Angelina Jolie has been a goodwill ambassador of UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees).
Currently, Angelina Jolie and her partner Brad Pitt, along with their six children, are staying in Scotland since Brad is filming his new zombie movie World War Z.