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A Jolie family day out: Angie takes her kids to The Breadwinner premiere

Mum's the word!

By Chloe Lal
These days Angelina Jolie can't wipe the smile off her face.
And we're guessing it's got to do with the quality time she's spending with her brood.
The mum-of-six was accompanied by five of her kids to the Toronto Film Festival for the debut of The Breadwinner.
The 42-year-old couldn't hide her iconic grin as she walked the carpet with Pax, 13, Zahara, 12; Shiloh, 11, and twins Knox and Vivienne, both nine.
The animation, produced by Brad Pitt's ex-wife, follows the story of one Afghani girl's struggle.
Angie's kids all sported their own style at the glamorous red carpet event.
Family support!
The mum is a producer of the animation.
Angie greeted a swarm of fans.
Angelina was dressed in an all white ensemble and was spotted happily chatting and introducing her little ones to the film’s director Nora Twomey and Saara Chaudry, the girl who voices the character of Pavana.
The Tornoto film festival is a huge event for the star.
Angie will share her latest directorial project, Netflix’s First They Killed My Father. She will also feature in a public panel discussing her illustrious career.
Stunning!
The movie is about a girl in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, who must dress as a boy so she can work to support her mother Fattema and her sister Soraya.
Saara introduces herself to Knox.
Say cheese! (L-R) Pax Jolie-Pitt, Shiloh, Knox, Zahara, Vivienne, director Nora Twomey, Saara Chaudry, who is the voice of Parvana, all smile with Angie.
Just last week, Angie reflected on her path to Hollywood.
Taking part in a Q&A, she mused that her mother Marcheline Bertrand always wanted her daughter to be an actress.
"I realised when my mum passed away, (acting) was something I was very much doing for her."
Angelina's mum passed away in 2007 following a long battle with ovarian and breast cancer.
"I haven't done much since she passed away, in front of the camera," she remarked. "Now I'm going to do it for my kids."
The humanitarian also spoke about the importance of being a role model.
"I have a lot to learn. I need role models myself. I try to be that for my children."
The film festival is a huge moment for the Hollywood icon.
Angelina takes being a role model "very seriously."

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