Angelina Jolie on appreciating young girls' softness

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Angelina Jolie, at the photocall of Disney movie Maleficent. Photographed by Mondadori Portfolio
Angelina Jolie, at the photocall of Disney movie Maleficent. Photographed by Mondadori Portfolio
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The Maleficent star wants to see people care for young girls, in order to see them grow stronger and healthier.

Angelina revealed that her eldest daughter, Zahara and youngest, Vivian had undergone operations and she didn’t believe how helpful they were to each other.

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In an essay on Time Magazine Angelina emphasised the importance of appreciating the softness of young girls rather than abusing it.

She finished her essay by encouraging girls to fight on and never let others try to tell them they are not precious and special.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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