Angelina Jolie is a mother of six kids, yet at one point in time she thought she’d never, ever turned into a mother. “It’s bizarre, I never needed to have an infant. I never needed to be pregnant. I never looked after children. I never considered myself a mother,” the 40-year-old performing artist told the Related Press amid a meeting in Cambodia on Wednesday.
The Oscar champ has been in the nation to direct her next film, First They Slaughtered My Dad, which depends on a Khmer Rouge journal composed by survivor Loung Ung that relates the 1970s Cambodian genocide.
The principal thought having an existence with kids struck her when she was shooting Tomb Looter in the year 2000. She was playing with youngsters at a Cambodian school when it turned out to be “abruptly clear to me that my child was in the nation, some place.”
She embraced Maddox in 2002, and after a year opened an establishment in his name in northwestern Battambang territory. Maddox is presently 14 and brandishing what his mother calls “a blonde stripe”.
He went along with her in Cambodia to help in the background for the task that she sees as a one of a kind merger of her film work and family with philanthropic hobbies.
“For me, this is the occasion, where at last my life is somewhat in line, and I feel I’m at last where I ought to be,” Jolie said.