Angelina Jolie poses nude for photoshoot, says she wants to live overseas but Brad Pitt won't let her until children turn 18
Angelina Jolie stripped it all for her latest photoshoot with Harper's Bazaar December issue and said she had 'visible and invisible scars'
Angelina Jolie stripped down for a racy new photoshoot where she was seen posing naked. The Oscar-winning actress, 44, was seen posing nude under a sheer white sheet for photographer Solve Sundsbo as part of Harper's Bazaar December issue. She also recently opened up about many things in her interview - her unpopular status in high school, her emotional scars, her 'restless' spirit, and how she would be living overseas.
She revealed that she would love to stay overseas but her former husband Brad Pitt wants their children to be in Los Angeles until they are 18 years old. When asked where she would choose to reside beside the US, the 'Maleficent' actress said, "I would love to live abroad and will do so as soon as my children are 18. Right now, I’m having to base where their father chooses to live."
Jolie and Pitt had split up in 2016 and are still dealing with their divorce in terms of their finances. The couple has three biological children together - Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox and have adopted three children - Maddox, Pax, and Zahara. Their son Maddox, 18, is currently living in South Korea and is studying there.
During her interview, Jolie also spoke about the various operations she has had. Jolie has had a double mastectomy and had her ovaries removed. "My body has been through a lot over the past decade, particularly the past four years, and I have both the visible and invisible scars to show for it", she shared.
"The invisible ones are harder to wrestle with. Life takes many turns. Sometimes you get hurt, you see those you love in pain, and you can’t be as free and open as your spirit desires. It’s not new or old, but I do feel the blood returning to my body", she continued.
She also addressed her divorce with Pitt and said it has been very difficult for the children. "They have been through a lot. I learn from their strengths. As parents, we encourage our children to embrace all that they are, and all that they know in their hearts to be right, and they look back at us and want the same for us", she said.