Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt’s daughter Zahara destined for greatness, artist says

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter Zahara is beautiful and talented and she is bound for greatness.

Angelina Jolie adopted Zahara from Ethiopia when she was just a child. An artist who had the chance to speak with her had nothing but praises while talking about Zahara Marley Jolie-Pitt.

Chaz Guest painted Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s adopted daughter Zahara whom he said was “destined for greatness.” According to him, he only met Zahara a few times and he found her “shy” but “engaged.”

“I only sat with Zahara about five times and we even played Scrabble. We spoke of Ethiopia and our travel experiences in other countries in Africa,” the artist said via Evening Standard.

“She is otherworldly, an old soul who can discuss anything from politics to the mysteries of outer space. When we first met, I saw this regal 14-year-old young girl on the verge of womanhood destined for greatness.”

Guest painted Zahara and the portrait featured her hair decorated with gold coins inscribed with her name and birth date in Ethiopian language Amharic.

The artist unveiled Zahara’s painting at Angelina Jolie’s home. The Eternal star and Zahara’s siblings were present during the unveiling and all of them were impressed with it.

“Her reaction was one that I will never forget. The unveiling took place at her home with her mother and siblings. At first, the room was silent and still,” Guest added.

“Then there were whispers saying how beautiful they thought she was. Angie told me ‘Thank you for helping me show her, her beautiful self.’”

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt share six kids together. Three of their brood were adopted, Madox, Pax and Zahara. In a previous interview, the Changeling actress spoke about the current system and how it’s unfriendly to her eldest daughter, a Black American.

Jolie spoke about the issue of racism and discrimination in the U.S. The celebrity mom admitted that she was concerned about the system and how it will work for Zahara, who is not white.

“A system that protects me but might not protect my daughter – or any other man, woman or child in our country based on skin colour – is intolerable. We need to progress beyond sympathy and good intentions to laws and policies that actually address structural racism and impunity,” Jolie said.

Angelina Jolie and Zahara were last seen together on National Daughter’s Day. Vivienne was also present during the outing, but Shiloh was noticeably missing.