Angelina Jolie Brought Son to Golden Globes While Daughter Recovered From Broken Arm
The Jolie-Pitt contingent is having a busy week. Angelina Jolie and her second-eldest child — 14-year-old son Pax — attended the 2018 Golden Globes in Beverly Hills on Sunday while 11-year-old Shiloh was home with a broken arm.
The mother-son pair looked mighty sharp in their coordinating black designs (Atelier Versace for Jolie and a wicked-cool velvet tux for Pax). Not a bad night for the 14-year-old, who Jolie adopted from Vietnam and once described as her "wild child." She spoke fondly of Pax to Anderson Cooper in a 2011 interview. "[Pax is] like those punk rockers... when you really get to know them and they are just pussycats. But at the same time, he is going to get into some kind of trouble."
No trouble was had at the Globes, however, where Pax stayed near his mom and seemed "very protective" of her according to another attendee. Jolie's film, First They Killed My Father, was nominated for a Globe in the category of Best Motion Picture — Foreign Language.
Jolie and ex Brad Pitt share six kids: Maddox, 16; Pax; Zahara, 13; Shiloh, 11; and twins Vivienne and Knox, 9. The couple went their separate ways in September 2016 after 12 very public years together (including two years of marriage and 17,000 magazine articles about Jennifer Aniston's broken heart).
While Pax was enjoying the glam life at the Globes, his little sister Shiloh was out of commission, recovering from a broken arm due to a snowboarding accident. Shiloh was spotted sporting an arm sling while out with little brother Knox on the weekend. A source told People Shiloh is just fine and Angelina Jolie "was very grateful to the team who helped her."
Never a dull moment with the Jolie-Pitt clan. We can't imagine what their shared family calendar must look like. But hey, despite their differences, Jolie and Pitt seem to be pulling off their co-parenting duties with aplomb.