Zahara Jolie daughter of Angelina Jolie got admission in the college Spelman for following year as revealed by her mother on Instagram. She both posted the news on twitter as well as other social media accounts.
She tweeted a picture of her daughter, and the name of the college. Zahara is a 17-year old whom she shared with her ex-husband Brad Pitt. She will be attending college from this coming autumn.
The delighted mother raved over Zahara starting at Spellman.
Angelina posted the following on Instagram: “Zahara with her sisters, the Spelmans! Thank you to everyone who is a new student this year. It is both a privilege and a really special place to have a family member join Spelman.” Third child of former couple Angelina and Brad, Zahara joins siblings Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, Shiloh, 16, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 14, in the family.
Stacey Abrams, Alice Walker, Rolonda Watts, and actress Cassi Davis are just a few of Spelman Institution’s noteworthy graduates. Spelman College is a historically specialized in black, women’s liberal arts college in Atlanta. The college provides the best education and jobs to the students. Students come from different walks of life to get admission.
While Angelina does not frequently share updates about her personal life on Instagram, the actress does occasionally post updates on her kids. As she believes that now it’s time to run for their career after her separation from her husband Brad Pitt.
Earlier, through pictures posted on social media, Jolie also provided a look into her recent trips to Cambodia with Shiloh Jolie-Pitt and daughter Zahara to the White House.
The Jolie-Pitt children are renowned for being equally supportive of their mother. Last year, they were spotted at every premiere for her MCU film Eternals and stood by her side for all of her red carpet visits to demonstrate their support.
She is thankful to her admirers for the prayers and best wishes upon the admission of her daughter. In her last appearances to the Marvel film eternals, she gave a dazzling look on the stage. She supported her all the time and stood back.