Angelina Jolie and her youngest daughter Vivienne went on a mother-daughter shopping expedition in Beverly Hills to stock up on necessities.
It’s time for some mother-daughter shopping!
On Tuesday, Jan. 11, Angelina Jolie, 46, accompanied her youngest daughter Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, 13, shopping for some necessities. The couple was photographed shopping for groceries at Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills, CA, with mum carrying a case of Bubly sparkling water and Vivienne carrying a grocery bag full of fresh herbs. For the outing, Vivienne, daughter of Eternals actress and actor Brad Pitt, 58, tied her light brown hair back into a low ponytail and wore a casual white long-sleeve shirt, black shorts, and sneakers.
Angelina wore a monochrome combination of a light black coat over a long-sleeve black shirt, black jeans, and black heeled pointed-toe boots to keep things casual but yet appear chic. As she and Vivienne waited in line to check out, the Oscar winner also carried a black leather Celine pocketbook, which she accessorized with faintly tinted sunglasses.
Vivienne appears to like going food shopping with her mother! In November 2021, the teen and the Salt actress were shopping at Gelsons in Hollywood, with Vivienne displaying her noticeable growth spurt as she continues to resemble her attractive father.
Vivienne also supported Angelina during her Marvel debut in London, England, when the mother-daughter duo stopped by H&M. Vivienne was a head shorter than her mother, but she is on her way to catching up in height (notably, her sister Shiloh, 15, is also very tall).
At the UK location, Angelina wrapped her arm around Vivienne as the two walked through the busy Oxford Circus neighbourhood on their way to the Swedish apparel brand’s flagship, which is located at the Regent Street crossroads. Angelina donned a long button-down wool cut coupled with black pumps, while Vivienne wore a casual white t-shirt and grey sweatpants with sneakers.
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