Angelina Jolie is embracing her inner strength and untamed spirit as she celebrates her latest achievement. The 44-year-old “Maleficent” actress recently graced the cover of Harper’s Bazaar for the December/January issue and looked stunning in a series of captivating shots. One particular portrait showcased Jolie in a commanding stance, draped only in delicate, sheer fabric.
Angelina Jolie recently shared with Harper’s Bazaar about her journey to rediscover her true self with the help of her six children. She explained that sometimes life’s hardships can cause us to lose touch with our free, wild, and curious side. However, her children knew her authentic self and helped her to connect with it again. Jolie admires her children’s strength and learns from them every day. As a parent, she encourages them to embrace their true selves, and in return, they inspire her to do the same.
Jolie is the cover star of the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar for December and January. In her interview, she spoke about the inspiration behind her tattoo which reads “a prayer for the wild at heart kept in cages”. She shared that she was feeling lost and restless at age 20 when her mother reminded her of Tennessee Williams’ words about the wild at heart. Her mother’s words made her realize that the wild within her is acceptable and made her feel at peace. Even now, Jolie still embraces all parts of herself because of this experience.
In a recent interview, actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie spoke about the necessity of identifying and overcoming obstacles that prevent individuals from living their lives to the fullest. Jolie has long been involved in advocating for women’s rights and is actively working to promote freedom worldwide. She emphasized that freedom is not an option for many women who face oppression from their own systems, communities, families, and governments. The actress also highlighted the issue of domestic violence and the plight of displaced refugees worldwide. Jolie urged people to fight against these imbalances, as we are all connected and must work together to create a more just and equitable world.