Angelina Jolie spends 1k on Halloween supplies in Glendale | Daily …

| October 12, 2017
Single mom Angelina Jolie  sure likes to make Halloween fun for her six kids. The 42-year-old Oscar winner was seen picking up fun supplies for her little ones as she strolled a store in Glendale, California over the weekend.  The First They Killed My Father director spent $1,000 on supplies like a dead bird, a straightjacket and a bleeding machete, according to TMZ . Cool mom points: Angelina Jolie was seen picking up Halloween supplies for her little ones as she strolled a store in Glendale, California over the weekend She also snapped up a Ninja weapon set, big baby costume prop, rainbow tutu, and pumpkin teeth, it was claimed. The stunner can be seen in a long light beige sweater coat over a dark beige dress as she strolls the aisles with Zahara and another child, which looks like Vivienne. The Maleficent star is also seen carrying a large beige purse and she has her brown locks in a high ponytail as she wore sunglasses. Fun times: She also snapped up a Ninja weapon set, big baby costume prop, rainbow tutu, and pumpkin teeth, it was claimed The site also reported that she was seen last week at Hollywood Toys And Costumes buying Halloween items as well. It’s been one year since she split from Brad Pitt. Reps for both parties maintain they are not getting back together and are still working through the terms of their divorce.  These photos have surfaced on the same day Jolie was featured on the cover of the 150th anniversary issue of Harper’s Bazaar . She did not just pose for idyllic snaps at a nature reserve in Namibia’s Namib desert but she also penned a powerful essay.  Memories: It’s been one year since she split from Brad Pitt. Reps for both parties maintain they are not getting back together and are still working through the terms of their divorce. Seen in 2014 With the piece she touched on several subjects including what the country means to her, the impact of humans on the environment, the link between that environment and women’s rights, and ultimately what her life experiences have taught her.  In the powerful essay  she opened up about what the desert means to her as she wrote: ‘For me, Namibia represents not only ties of family and friendship but also the effort to the balance between humans and the environment so crucial to our future’ In it she also explains that the reserve where the photoshoot took place – which is ran by the N/a’an ku sê Foundation – works with Namibia’s San people. She even quotes the members of the Khoisan-speaking indigenous hunter-gatherer people while reflecting on her life as a whole. Angelina wrote: ‘If my life experience has taught me anything, it is that what you stand for, and what you choose to stand against, is what defines you.  Stunning: Jolie was a wonder in white as she is featured on the cover of the 150th anniversary issue of Harper’s Bazaar ‘As the San people say, “You are never lost if you can see your path to the horizon.”‘ As she is very passionate about the environment,  the A-list star wrote about our individual and collective impacts on it as she explains that we could all be making much more conscious decisions when it comes to clothing and consumption choices. Angelina said: ‘Fashion was once a major factor in encouraging the demands for clothes, jewelry or objects made from wildlife parts. But magazines can now send a different message: that wild animals belong in the wild, and ivory is not beautiful unless on the tusk of a living animal. ‘Each of us has the power to make an impact through our everyday choices. For instance, we can commit to never buying illegal wildlife products such as ivory and rhino horn. We can end the demand for wild animals as pets.’  A friend: On Monday the LA native was seen with Jane Goodall at the Hollywood Bowl premiere of the National Geographic film Jane Reflecting: Angelina – pictured at a premiere in New York last month – wrote: ‘If my life experience has taught me anything, it is that what you stand for, and what you choose to stand against, is what defines you’ As women’s rights are currently a hot-button issue, the star suggests that the environment actually goes hand-in-hand with the treatment of females. She said: ‘Women make up most of the world’s poor…when the environment is damaged—for example when fishing stocks are destroyed, wildlife is killed by poachers, or tropical forests are bulldozed—it deepens their poverty. Women’s education and health are the first things to suffer.’ Meanwhile Jolie is one of the many accusers of Harvey Weinstein, the powerful movie executive accused of sexual harassment, assault and rape.  She told the New York Times  in an email: ‘I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did. This behavior towards women in any field, any country is unacceptable.’  Harper’s Bazaar’s 150th anniversary collector’s edition issue featuring Angelina on the cover is set to hit newsstands on October 24.  

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