the 10/11/2014 | 12:16
Who wouldn’t want to trade places with Angelina Jolie? After all, the 39-year-old is not only one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actresses, but she’s also officially been Brad Pitt’s sidekick since this summer. Since yesterday Friday, the life of the screen beauty is a little more perfect. Queen Elizabeth II elevated Angelina Jolie to the nobility …
The last few weeks were definitely difficult for Angelina Jolie: After all, the Hollywood beauty not only stood in front of the altar with her chosen Brad Pitt, but also began filming her third directorial job on the sidelines of her honeymoon at Malt. The date Angelina Jolie attended on Friday in London should have been something very special for her too: Queen Elizabeth herself awarded the actress the “Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George” at Buckingham Palace.
With this, the Queen elevated Angelina Jolie to the status of lady and even accepted her into the nobility. As announced by the British court, with this step the Queen honored the extraordinary charitable commitment of the film star. In particular, his great personal commitment to sexual abuse in war zones is said to have impressed Queen Elizabeth. Angelina Jolie should feel duly empowered in her work by this special recognition.
Angelina Jolie personally accepts the medal
After the order was awarded, the Queen and Angelina Jolie exchanged ideas in a personal audience. “The audience between Miss Jolie and the queen herself was very private. His Majesty gave him the insignia on the box provided. Mr. Pitt and the rest of the family were introduced to the Queen afterwards, ”said a spokesman for Buckingham Palace. Even Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have probably never experienced a family outing like this.
Angelina Jolie deserves every honor imaginable for her charitable work; the Queen has apparently now recognized it as well. We cross our fingers so that this award is one more incentive so that the actress does not give in her efforts.
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