Angelina Jolie debuts her bibliophile kids Zahara and Shiloh on Instagram
After taking to Instagram to share the plight of Afghanistan girl, Angelina Jolie debuts her bibliophile kids Zahara and Shiloh on social media
The effervescent Angelina Jolie, a new entrant to the Instagram world is trying to make the most of it. The 46-year-old actor after sharing a distress message from an Afghanistan girl after the Taliban takeover is now taking one day at a time regarding keeping her social media active. But as days are passing by, the Maleficent actor seems to be slowly getting a hang of Instagram.
Her latest post is of her daughters Zahara, 16, and Shiloh, 15 reading their favourite book for the summer. The proud mama is super excited along with her legions of fans. “End of #summerreading. These are some of the favorites in our house. Would love to know yours,” she captioned the pictures of her daughters.
This supermom of six who joined Instagram on September 3, posted Zahara with a septum ring is seen reading Toni Morrison’s 1970 novel ‘The Bluest Eye’. Shiloh on the other hand is pictured reading ‘The Dark Lady’ by Akala. Angie also urged her fans to share their favourites while noting that her children are finishing their summer reading session.
If Zahara did peep out of the book to give mommy dearest an endearing smile, Shiloh was just lost reading her book. The post of Zahara and Shiloh also marked their debut on their mom’s Instagram posts and was a lighthearted moment from an otherwise purposeful intent due to which she joined Instagram. Jolie, who has four more kids – Maddox, 19, Pax, 17, Vivienne and Knox, 12, in the Zarah and Siloh.
Fans flooded the comment section with their choice of favourite books in the post that has already clocked 600k likes. With her first post dedicated to the plight of Afghan girls amid the emerging situation in Kabul and Afghanistan, Angelina has already garnered 10 million followers.
She is the fastest to reach the milestone to reach 1 million followers, overtaking Rupert Grint’s record to achieve this number, doing so in just three hours.