College students at Georgia’s Spelman Faculty welcomed certainly one of Hollywood’s largest stars, amongst numerous different mother and father, this weekend for its annual homecoming festivities ― and it was actually no massive deal in any respect.
Photographs shared on social media present actor Angelina Jolie strolling alongside her daughter Zahara Jolie-Pitt throughout Spelman’s Atlanta campus Saturday. The “Eternals” and “Maleficent” star wore a beige coat over an off-the-cuff black ensemble, and by all accounts, seemed to be in a very good temper, fortunately interacting with followers and posing for photographs.
“Yo! Angelina Jolie is real one! She was in the middle of SpelHouse homecoming crowds w/her daughter,” one individual tweeted, referring to the shared festivities between Spelman and neighboring Morehouse Faculty. “No security or anything!”
Added another: “I really met Angelina Jolie. The original bad bitch. And she’s FLAWLESS in person. My day is complete, thanks Spelhouse.”
Others stated they appreciated simply how low-key Jolie’s on-campus look was, noting that the actor didn’t make an effort to attract consideration away from her daughter or different college students on the traditionally Black ladies’s school.
At one level in the course of the day, the mother-daughter duo additionally expressed their support for Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams, who’s operating for governor.
Jolie confirmed that Zahara, 17, can be attending Spelman this summer season, however has not shared her daughter’s discipline of examine.
“Zahara with her Spelman sisters! Congratulations to all new students starting this year,” the mom of six wrote on Instagram in July. “A very special place and an honor to have a family member as a new Spelman girl.”
Jolie’s Spelman look got here simply in the future after she signed on for a brand new, much-buzzed-about film function. On Friday, it was confirmed that the actor will star as American-born Greek opera star singer Maria Callas in “Maria,” a forthcoming biopic from “Jackie” and “Spencer” director Pablo Larraín.