The prettiest duo! On Tuesday, February 28, Pax Jolie-Pitt walked his lovely dog during a rare outing in Los Angeles.
According to images from his outing, the 19-year-old son of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie looked fashionable in black sweatpants and a thick grey sweater. He finished off his laid-back style with a black cap and fashionable round sunglasses. Pax appeared to be having a pleasant day out as he listened to his earbuds while his furry pal trailed close behind.
Pax is an extremely proud dog father. In September, he was caught running errands with his celebrity mama, 47, which included a trip to the pet store.
Angelina and Brad, 59, are also parents to Maddox, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne, in addition to Pax. After two years of marriage, the A-listers divorced in 2016.
As the children of Mr. and Mrs. Smith grow older, they are all forging their own paths. Pax has been pursuing more creative ventures, as Angelina stated that she collaborated with Pax and Maddox, 21, on a film titled Without Blood.
“We work well together,” the Eternals actress said of her eldest boys, who work in the assistant director’s department. “At its best, a film team seems like a giant family.”
Pax also worked on Angie’s 2017 film, First They Killed My Father, where the California native gushed that he “worked hard.”
When Pax was three years old, the Maleficent actress adopted him from Vietnam.
“Imagine how brave it is to be in completely new surroundings, with new people and a new language. “He’s a fighter,” Angelina told People at the time. “It will take him some time to realize he has a family and that his new existence is permanent and will not change.”
“I have four children now, and caring for them is the most important thing for me right now,” the By the Sea star added, adding that she had no intentions to return to work and would “remain at home” throughout Pax’s adjustment. “I am overjoyed to be their mommy.”
Angelina has spoken openly about her children’s adoption and the “gift” they have brought to her life.
“All adopted children bring with them a magnificent mystery of a world meeting yours,” she told Vogue India in 2020. “That mystery, that gift, is so rich when they are of a different race and a different place. They must never lose sight of where they come from. They have roots you don’t. Respect them. Learn from their mistakes. It’s an incredible trip to be a part of. They are not entering your world; rather, you are entering each other’s.”