Empress Zahara & Shiloh Jolie-Pitt go out for yogurt in LA: adorable?

The Family Jolie-Pitt has made several outings over the past week, but we haven’t had access to any of those photos unfortunately. Go here to see photos of Angelina, Brad, Knox and Vivienne on Valentine’s Day last week – Knox has completely morphed into his father’s Mini-Me. And a few days before that, Angelina was seen out with Pax and Empress Zahara. As for these pics… no Angelina, no Brad. Just Empress Z and Shiloh out with a nanny-type and some other kids. According to Fame/Flynet, they were out for yogurt. Here is what we can determine from the photos:

*Shiloh prefers black cargo pants and what looks like oversized slippers.

*Leopard-print leggings are going to be HUGE this year if Empress Z approves.

*Purple hoodies are also going to have a great year. I want one!!!

*Converse lace-up boots (or whatever) are the next big thing.

*Shi has a boo-boo on her forehead, probably because she loves to rough-house with her brothers. Zahara also seems to have a bruise under her right eye. It must have been a hell of brawl!

*Shi’s shaggy Mick-Jagger-in-the-‘70s haircut is AMAZING.

*Shiloh is starting to look more like Angelina, I think. Her lips are becoming more prominent as her face loses the baby-fat.

*It’s always a good day for yogurt!!!

Sigh… I love these two!!! I love it when Z and Shiloh hang out.

Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.

 

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  1. Launicaangelina says:

    I want the leopard print leggings and Cry Baby t-shirt!

  2. emmie_a says:

    Shiloh is gorgeous and she has awesome hair!

  3. pfeiffer87 says:

    Can’t they do something else with Z’s hair? Looks unhealthy and dry pulled back like that. Someone needs to take a ‘how to care for my black child’s hair’ class.

      • gogoGorilla says:

        +1

        The last pics I saw of her, she had a fab afro. But she’s a kid – probably she can’t be bothered with her hair all the time.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        Please stop talking about this child’s hair.

        First, it’s none of your business as she’s not ‘your’ child. Second, they ‘do’ have ‘some one black’ who most likely ‘does’ take care of her hair (do you not see the picture above??). And third, the Jolie-Pitt kids all seem to have a choice in how they want to look and dress. Zee seems less concerned with her hair than you, but when she’s a bit older she’ll probably take more interest in seeing that her hair is just as jazzy as the rest of her stylish self. :)

        *Waves at Mrs. Jackson below* I’m also a black woman who chooses to wear her hair natural.

      • vvvoid says:

        I think Z’s hair is actually of the [though I hate the term] “good hair” variety naturally. She’s just got a lot of it and probably wants it pulled back herself. She doesn’t seem to be into frills, bells, and whistles.
        She’s going to be so stunning.

    • Sassenach says:

      Stop. The obsession that SOME black women have with hair is ridiculous. Z’s hair is fine. It’s just pulled back. Kudos to Brad and Angie for letting her hair stay natural and free and not putting a gazillion ugly ponytails and products in it.

      • Gemini08 says:

        Agreed. I’m a black woman and I wish my parents had left my hair alone when I was little. But they like a lot of parents were rail-roaded into thinking they had to alter their child’s hair to make it presentable. There is nothing wrong with Z’s hair. It’s natural and in a ponytail.

      • MST says:

        Sometimes I think the ancient Egyptians had the right idea. They hated hair and thought it was dirty so they shaved it ALL off, even their public hair. As a black woman who has been hearing about “good,” “bad” etc., hair all her life, I am beginning to hate hair, too!

      • Moka says:

        I’m a black woman, too. Yes, you did emphasize how some, not all black women obssess about hair. There are a large number of ALL races/ethnicities of women who obssess about hair. Yes, black women are the largest consumers of hair products; as studies will have us believe. That doesn’t negate the fact that there are a lot of women period that obssess over their hair. I don’t see a shortage of hair products for that aren’t for women of color, no matter what store I go to. Would there be such an abundance, if the majority of black women were the most major group “obssessed” with their hair? Money talks, so I’m sure they wouldn’t.

        As society/men link femininity to a woman’s hair, many women are obssessed with having their hair as perfect as can be.

        I don’t think there was anything wrong with her questioning the child’s hair, as it does look dry. No, it doesn’t have to be in a fancy style; but dryness causes breakage. African-american hair tends to be drier, so the dryness is a concern. Also, it may be a humid day (which does cause frizz and would be understandable), but the majority of the time we see Z; her hair looks like that.

        Furthermore, as someone else stated; they do have resources for parents who adopt children of different races. It’s a normal dilemma to have, if a child’s hair is different than theirs.

        The poster didn’t go on a rant about how the child needs a relaxer slapped in her hair or a flat iron. She just responded about the condition of it (dryness, unkemptness).

        Lastly, if there are more Black women who are obssessed with their hair; they have good reason. After years and years of being told our kind of hair is horrible and ugly, it is only recently that natural hair has become embraced. And some employers still prefer their employees don’t rock it. Either way, I still feel that black women are not the only ones who obssess about hair.

        And of course their are many Celebitchy readers who don’t obsess over their hair, black or otherwise. And there are some who don’t obsess over their hair for men or feel that hair is linked to femininity. The above statements are what society generally likes to suscribe to.

      • Janet says:

        @Moka: Z is only 8 years old. When she is a teenager she will decide for herself what she wants to do with her hair. Until then, her parents are doing the best thing for her hair by leaving it alone.

      • Moka says:

        This comment is for @Janet, but for some odd reason; I can’t directly reply. The button won’t click. Anyway, I never said that the little girl’s hair should be altered. In fact, I even argued that (although I can’t read minds) that that is probably not what the poster who inquired about her meant; either.

        She has beautiful curls, and I wouldn’t dare ruin them and relax her hair; if she was my child. Hell, I would second-guess myself if I wanted to flat iron it.

        I just said there is nothing wrong with her pointing out the dryness, as adding moisture (albeit it water or essential oils); doesn’t hurt or chemically alter her natural hair.

        I do not know Brangelina, but I’m sure they raise her to love the skin she’s in (and hair). I just said taking care of it (for the health), is what’s important.

        And for the rabid fans of theirs who might say something about how do I know they don’t take care of their child’s hair, I never said they don’t.

        Humid days create frizzy, dry hair. That happens to the best of us. However, seeing her hair in this state a lot makes one believe that they don’t moisturize her hair as often as needed. And again, that is just pure speculation on my part.

        When I do have children, I will let them wait until they reach 18 to decide to alter their hair chemically. I will teach them to care for and love their hair, the way it is. I never got that chance, as my mom slapped chemicals in my head at the age of 2.

        @Sassenach, something I forgot to mention earlier in response to you. Although I stand by my saying that many women of ALL races/ethnicities have women who obssess over their hair, there are SOME (as you said) that are way too invested in hair. Those are the types that still believe “good” hair exists with the believe of straight or loosely-waved=good hair and kinky, nappy=bad. All hair is good hair, as it belongs to that person’s scalp; and not everyone has that ability to have hair (be it: kinky, straight, etc.).

        Those people are the finest representation of ignorance. Healthy hair is good hair. It doesn’t have to do with length, texture, etc.

        People like those black women are the types who worried and complained more about how Gabby Douglas needs a relaxer to straighten those edges, than about the beauty of the goals she acheived.

        I said all of that to say that I wasn’t attacking your statement and making it seem as if you were making a blanket statement about ALL black women. I, also, said it to let you know that I do recognize that there are some black women hair extremists out there.

        I just wanted to point out that we aren’t the only ones, especially since we get labeled so much as only caring about our hair and spending money we don’t have to take care of it(like buying weaves, extensions, etc.). The majority of Caucasian women are no natural blondes (which are rare, when compared to other hair colors). Millions spend countless dollars each year on coloring, extensions, etc.

    • Mrs. jackson says:

      You see pheiffer87 that is why kids shouldn’t be photographed because they don’t deserve the scrutiny of awful people like you on what they should look like.She is a child that looks no different than most kids her age.Maybe she was just playing or at the zoo.What 10 year old do you know is professionally groomed all the time.And I am a black woman who has natural hair so what.Everyone doesn’t want straight hair.

    • marie says:

      that’s assinine..my hair looks like that on high humidity days and I’m a curly headed white girl whose hair is far from dry..

    • Dinah says:

      Z is going to be impossibly gorgeous when she grows up. You can see it already.

    • Anastasia says:

      I hate the comment and the assumption that a black person’s hair must be this or that. But on another note, they DO have “how do I take care of my black child’s hair” classes…my white friend with a black daughter took it because once the girl got in school the girl was unhappy and mom was like “What Do I DOOOOO?!!!?” So she took a class and now mom is happy with her abilities and daughter is happy with her look.

    • Gemini08 says:

      Someone needs to stop talking about a little girl’s hair. Especially since you can’t tell from a PICTURE what state her hair is in health-wise. And for the record: Brad has spoken publicly about the fact that they want to keep their daughter’s hair natural. They use Carol’s Daughter products on it which are great for natural chemically untreated hair. Do your homework before making comments like this.

  4. Toot says:

    Beautiful girls. Shiloh looks so much like Angelina from the nose down and Brad from the eyes up.

    I’m not sure that’s a bruise under Zahara’s eye. Half is shaped like a heart and the other part I can’t see clearly.

  5. Venice says:

    How cute. Zahara looks like she has one of the temporary tats they make for kids.

  6. Vivian says:

    The kids are growing up fast! Shi sooo looks like Jolie! Z is also going to be gorg.

  7. Rosa says:

    So cute. About Zahara’s hair, they have black nannies, but the true is that manny black women aren’t able to take care of their hair.

  8. anonymous fan says:

    I don’t think paps should follow these kids without their parents.And if they do no one should buy the pictures.It feels like they crossed a line.These kids aren’t movie stars why should they have their privacy infringed on.They don’t deserve to have their every single move monitored when their just living their life.It feels wrong on every level.

  9. Talie says:

    Holy crap! Shiloh’s lips are insane… Definitely jealous…

  10. Katie says:

    To me, Shiloh looks exactly like Brad Pitt (except for the lips). I actually feel like Zahara resembles Angelina Jolie. There’s something really similar about them. I can’t put my finger on it, but it’s there. No conspiracy theories here, just something I noticed.

  11. Hipocricy says:

    Girls are growing fast.

    Shiloh is a Voight to the core. She is more and more so Jolie. Her features are so femininely chiseld already.

    She will turn model type, both in height and exquisite beauty.

  12. marie says:

    cute kids.. I like the Cry Baby shirt too

  13. serena says:

    OMG Shi’s got huge lips, I thought they were big before but not so much like Angelina. Love her style. ANyway I still think she looks more like Brad -with Angie lips-. I love seeing these two little girls hanging out.

  14. Bianca says:

    Wow, Shiloh is so beautiful that it’s almost disturbing. There’s something…adult about her features, I don’t know.

    • Hipocricy says:

      “There’s something…adult about her features, I don’t know. ”

      That’s exactly what i feel too !
      Something that is more linked to ‘sexyness’ beauty wise, hence inappropriate for a little girl.

      Her features, even the way she gaze is extremely femininely defined already…like the features of a young woman already defined on a prepubent little girl.

      The fact that she is a tomboy actually diminish that…otherwise, if she was the typical feminine little girl, it would be even more perceptible and kinda disturbing to me.

      • A says:

        I think your comments are disturbing…
        I don’t see anything ‘adult’ or ‘sexy’ about her at all.
        I see a child. A cute child.
        Nothing more, nothing less.

      • lisa2 says:

        I understand what you are saying. Angelina was the same way. I think she will have that maturity. Angie has always had a maturity that made her seem older.

        But really Shiloh is really stunning. There is just something magical about her face. And I love her hair and that she is so unique. Just like mommy.

        Zahara is adorable as well. They seem very close as sister. Very sweet.

      • spinner says:

        I think this whole thread is disturbing. Sitting around analyzing little children in a very creepy way is totally disturbing.

      • Hipocricy says:

        @ Lisa

        That’s what i am talking about. It’s not the baby face, it’s the features, like her features have reached their maturity prematuraly already.

        I have seen that once in my life with a little girl whose face looked like it belongs to a mini woman more than a little girl…like the features matured too fast. And yes, Jolie had that too.

        Some of us like myself had it around 12…people thought i was 18 at the time because my facial features reached their maturity already (but not my body) wheras my brother at the same age had the facial features of a young boy but the body of an adult reaching 6″ at 12 years of age.

      • evyn says:

        I think she means that if this were the 80s, she would be doused in makeup and on the cover of Vogue, a la Brooke Shields.

    • Jane says:

      I still think she has a bit of a baby face right now. But I think that I am glad she is more “tomboy” than like that Binet Ramsey child on the pagent circuit. Can you imagine red lipstick on this baby’s lips?

      Both kids are beautiful and very individual as well. Both seem tall, especially Shiloh.

  15. Nev says:

    QUEEN ZAHARA!!!!

    long time no see…..

    can you do POSTS on THIS QUEEN everyday?

    instead of some other so called ones…)

    thank.you.very.much!!!!!

  16. Toniko says:

    Damn, Shiloh is stunning! Wow!

  17. watchingyoubitch says:

    Shiloh is now all jolie which is not bad at all,from the lips to the eyes and manerism.
    Zahara’s style is fun ,it’s good see children being just children.

  18. Nina says:

    I’m not sure that’s a bruise on Z’s face; the darker part is distinctly heart shaped. Maybe face painting?

  19. Coco says:

    Everone talks about Shiloh having her Mom’s lips. Brad has very full lips as well…that girl didn’t stand a chance of having anything but an epic pout! (meant in a good way :)

    • Jane says:

      I agree, no thin lips in that bunch. All three bio children have serious lips, but Knox got his father’s, which is why I think he looks so much like him.

    • cs says:

      Coco I was going to say the same thing. That’s why I always thought he was one sexy blonde, blue-eyed man. He has full sexy lips besides a nice butt. I think Shiloh looks like both, Viv looks like Brad (see photos of Brad as a baby) and Knox looks just like Angie..
      Shiloh is a beauty (she has that young Brooke Shields Beauty). Zahara is a cutie too, love her fashion sense.

  20. lisa2 says:

    Regarding their faces.. I saw a tweet that they were at some theme park or fun zone thing.

  21. Joyce says:

    Shi’s lips color is gorgeous. No lipstick needed when she gets older.

  22. Joyce says:

    Call me crazy but doesn’t anyone think Shi’s hair, lips and face features looks like Kim Basinger’s Cool World cartoon character?

  23. Jayna says:

    Shiloh is such a mixture of both parents. Zaharah and Maddox have always been by favorites. Zaharah is a little fashionista and Maddox always has a soft place in my heart because of Angie’s overwhelming love when they were just mom and son, no one else, and Angie was always out with no entourage, no security, no cell phone, no publicist. It was a sweet time watching the transformation of Angelina when she became a mom, her joy.

  24. CC says:

    I’m sorry but…you’d think celeb kids would dress better. Both girls look terrible. I may be the minority, but I hate both of the kids’ clothes. Nothing about it sayys cute or trendy, looks like crap I’d find at a 2nd hand retro store or a street fair.

  25. shewolf says:

    Shiloh is pure Angelina. The look in her eye is the same look her mom had until she was about 30!

  26. Dawn says:

    I agree with the poster who said that they see Jon Voigt in Shi. I do too. He was a very good looking young man to be sure. I’ve just seen him in some older movies on Turner and damn he was fine.

  27. skuddles says:

    Beautiful children. Shiloh, in particular, is going to be absolutely stunning when she grows up. I would not be surprised to hear she is offered a modelling contract in the not too distant future.

  28. lisa2 says:

    Ugh.. I hope Brad and Angie’s children aspire to more then just being a Model. Nothing wrong with it. Their mother did it for a time. But I hope these girls have a brain and do something with it and not just pose for pictures. I think after being photographed so much of their lives being in front of a camera that way is the last thing they would want. And beautiful women can be anything and everything.

    not just models.

  29. phlyfiremama says:

    Shiloh is GORGEOUS. Genetic jackpot indeed!! And I just love Empress Z~her magnificant stink eye utterly awes me, and she is so beautiful.

  30. annaloo. says:

    Cue the Enquirer posting stories of child abuse and Angelina being the horriblest mother in 3…2…1..

  31. floretta50 says:

    Say what you want about Brad and Angie but they have some beautiful children you don’t know who is better looking than who, I was thinking Vivian but now after seeing Shiloh I have gone back to
    Shiloh, No Vivian I think, Vivian is going to be a star!

  32. The Original Mia says:

    Shiloh is gorgeous.

    Zahara is a budding fashionista. She actually reminds me of my cousin. Long limbs & funky patterned leggins and boots.

    For a moment there, I thought Shi accidentally headbutted Z, but I see that’s a tattoo under her eye.

  33. DGO says:

    I thought that was face painting on Zahara’s cheek – no?

    Shiloh’s beautiful.

  34. Paloma says:

    Shiloh is turning into a gorgeous little girl.

  35. Anon says:

    Love to see them, just Maddox MIA and he’s going on 12. Let me go now and color my hair; the faster these children grow the whiter my hair gets oy! :-)

  36. BravoCueen says:

    Both kids are gorgeous. I’m sure I will get roasted for this next comment, but I have a flame suit and am thick skinned anyway: I feel like Jolie has always dressed Shiloh in a very boyish way. STARTING BEFORE the child was old enough to have a clothing preference or style, her beautiful hair was always cropped very short and spiky or unkempt and she always had masculine clothes on. Then the others were born/adopted, and I see that Z and Viv are both consistently dressed in a feminine way. Part of me feels like Jolie attempted to push Shiloh into a more masculine role, as if it that’s what Jolie wanted from her daughter, or if she deliberately wanted to mute the child’s beauty. Now she’s old enough to choose but I wonder if she doesn’t dress this way due to habit or if she just prefers this style. Either way, she’s gorgeous but with this child of the brood, I feel like Jolie tried to mold her into something she wanted.

    • Kim says:

      Thanks for posting pics of Shiloh in dresses.Im so tired of these people with this BS.Why would Angie stop putting her in dresses at age 3.Obviously the kids dress themselves.Ive seen Vivienne wearing plaid and florals pink w red shoes.Outfit only a three year would put together. Zahara used to mostly wear pants as a toddler but I see the naysayers ignore that fact because it goes against their theory.Personally I hope Shiloh cuts her hair again just because it upsets the critics.

      • Rhea says:

        The funny thing is, to those people apparently Shiloh only have one parent. Coz I don’t see people pointing their finger to Pitt whenever there’s a picture of Shiloh dressing up as a tomboy.
        Yup, for them poor Pitt would just helplessly stand back and let Jolie decide whatever she wants to do with their children. Of course.

    • jwoolman says:

      Kids have their own clothing preferences a lot earlier than you think, regardless of parental preferances. It might just be reaction to color or texture or smell. One friend had to wear hand-me-downs from cousins because he would scream bloody murder if they tried to put new clothes on him (and yes, as an adult he was the proverbial guy who saw his favorite t-shirt finally disintegrate in the washer…). My guess is that he was reacting to the chemicals and texture of the new clothes. My parents tried drowning me in pink frilly dresses and pink everything else but it never took. To this day I hate the color pink (looks washed out to me, same with pastels in general, so obviously there’s a physiological reaction in there somewhere) but my mother didn’t even realize it until in my teens I recoiled in horror at the thought of getting my room repainted in pink again (I finally got nice light green surroundings, it was wonderful!). I also can’t stand anything but soft, non-binding clothing against my skin (with no “new clothes” smell, never could stand clothing stores or beauty shops as a child or adult because the chemicals are overwhelming). I’ve heard of very young girls showing either a clear preference for dresses or a clear preference for pants, regardless of how their parents think they should be dressed on a given day for a given activity. Sometimes you get a kid who matches you in such things, sometimes you don’t. Likewise hairstyle preferences can emerge very early if the parents are able to give the kid some choices, which AJ and BP can afford to do. Just because a kid goes along with you on such things for lack of a choice doesn’t mean they actually like it. I think that’s why parents sometimes are so surprised at “how much the kids change” once they’re old enough to buy their own clothes. Maybe they haven’t really changed, they just now have control over it and were too polite to object earlier (like me). AJ and BP seem to just be handing over the controls on such things earlier than most, because they can. Most parents have neither the time or money to do that so much. (Let’s count hands – how many of you have a separate nanny for each kid?!?)

      There is nothing wrong with how Shiloh dresses, I wish people would get over the idea that the sky will fall if someone looks at a kid more than a decade away from mating age and “can’t tell if it’s a girl or a boy”. Who cares?!?!? Likewise after mating age, for that matter. (I remember my parents’ generation viewing with alarm about boys with “long hair”, like the early Beatles…) Unless you’re seriously considering the person as a mate – you don’t really need to know if they’re male or female, gay or straight or whatever. Honestly. Let’s open up those narrow little boxes everybody is getting stuffed into. I always remember that study where they put a little pre-verbal diaper-stage boy in “boy’s clothes” with one group of mothers and in ” girl’s clothes” with another group. The adults played with him and talked with him very differently, depending on whether they thought he was a boy or a girl. Same kid, though. Interesting, yes?

  37. Runs with Scissors says:

    Actually, Shi was put in dresses and feminine clothing UNTIL she was old enough to have an opinion (two or three) then she started dressing like her big brother.

  38. anneesezz says:

    Empress? Future Fashionista? Genetic jackpot. Calm down people. They are little kids eating yogurt. Chill out.

  39. jasmine says:

    shiloh’s looking more like angie now :)

  40. Ali says:

    The lace up Converse boots have been a big thing for at least 2 years. I hate them, just get some Docs I say, but the girls wear them all of the time. I was fascinated by the them the first time one of the fifth graders showed wearing them. Plus, the zipper in the back is cheating.

  41. j.eyre says:

    Who is that woman in the first photo? I would kill for her facial structure – it’s gorgeous.

  42. stefani says:

    She is stunning. She is the perfect mix of both parents.Brad’s head shape, nose,and eye color and shape but she has Angie’s eyes and lips.Here is Angie as a child with her mom.

    http://www.babble.com/CS/blogs/famecrawler/marcheline-betrand-angelina-jolie-twins-knox-leon-vivienne.jpg

  43. Casey says:

    Omg, shilo is drop dead gorgeous.beautiful hair, eyes, nose and lips.she is perfect.she can compete withe Brooke Shields daughters.they are also gorgeous.

  44. Casey says:

    Of course Angelina is gorgeous, but I think Shilo look more like brad. Even her lip shape is like brad especially the lower lip.if you look at the photo of young Angie, they have different shape of lips.but both are gorgeous.

  45. HannahF says:

    On the Beckham thread posters were saying that H7 was a cute baby amongst other cute babies but not amazing looking.

    Here’s the difference–Shiloh is not just a cute run of the mill kid but has a uniquely beautiful face.

    I had the same experience as someone above—I saw an old Jon Voight movie and found Shiloh to look quite like him.

  46. Paige says:

    Shiloh favors Jon Voight because Angelina favors her father. She is more of her mother but she has Voight’s bone structure and so does her brother James Haven. I love that Shiloh has grown her hair out. Perfect combo of both parents. All the Jolie-Pitt kids are gorgeous. Zahara has her own unique style and so does Shiloh. It’s great to see new pics of them, especially since they aren’t seen so often. I love that Brad and Angie try to keep a low profile.@ RHONYC I believe Shiloh will have a bada** attitude just like Angie.

  47. becool says:

    Why is Z’s outfit better than everything in my closet? What is with these dang children being cooler than me?

  48. KellyinSeattle says:

    I love to go to lunch with both of them. I’ve always worn Converse All-Stars so am on board w/ Zahara….they are both beautiful. I’d like to see more pics of the other kids, too….:) I love Knox.

  49. Maritza says:

    Shiloh is looking more like her mom each day, simply gorgeous!

  50. Paloma says:

    Shiloh will be a knockout when she is grown. I don’t think she will be going through an “ugly” phase.

  51. rose says:

    Zahara seems like the boss of all the children in the household. Love it

  52. whateven says:

    If anyone is going to be a model “hope they aim higher” it would be Zahara. She looks like she will be tall and she is clearly a beautiful child. They all are, but Zahara has the poise.

  53. Camille (TheOriginal) says:

    Gorgeous kids.

  54. princessjohnson says:

    i agree we shouldn’t talk excessively about zahara’s hair, but doesn’t the nanny have any moroccan oil in her purse?
    if they want zahara to be able to grow her hair, they need to take better care of her ends.
    people who speak out do so because they want zahara to feel beautiful and able to compete with her sisters, beauty-wise as they mature.
    zahara’s hair can grow long and be all one length if they keep it moisturized and braided neatly.

    • lisa2 says:

      Why would she not feel beautiful compared to her sister. All because of her hair. I think you are placing way too much importance on how HAIR makes you beautiful. So she is only beautiful if her hair is LONG and what? BLOND like.. who exactly. Why is her hair as it is not beautiful or desirable?

      Hopefully her parents are more evolved and will teach her and sisters that BEAUTY is much more then that.

    • Emma - the JP Lover says:

      Like @Lisa2 said, why would Zee need ‘beautiful hair’ to feel beautiful? If you’re black, have you never worn your hair natural? It’s a very liberating experience!

      And what value system would it promote to instill in a child the belief that she’s not beautiful if her hair isn’t? No offense, but that seems to be a very shallow, surface (cosmetic) concern.

      Again, when Zee decides to work her hair (or not) she won’t have any trouble learning how to fix, or paying someone to do, her hair.

      People … please relax about the hair. There is more to this little girl than that.

    • Kim says:

      So sad that some women equate long hair with beauty.Thats why weaves are a billion dollar industry .I am not my hair India.Arie read the lyrics

    • Suze says:

      These hair comments upset me disproportionally, so I’m not really sane on the topic. But here goes…

      Zahara is beautiful. Look at her gorgeous liquid eyes. Look at her skin. Just a lovely, lovely child.

      Her hair is a small part of her – not the sum total of her beauty, and frankly her hair will never look like Shiloh’s or Vivienne’s and that’s fine. It’s more than fine, it’s wonderful because it would be an odd unpleasant world if every single person in it had blond straight hair. She doesn’t need to compete with them. She is herself.

      Her hair is fine. It’s good, it’s pulled back and neat so she can play and eat ice cream and do kid things. When she’s older, maybe she’ll take a strong interest in her hair and do all the things to it that some people want to see – but let it be her decision, on her own terms.

      In the meantime, other people should leave her hair alone.

    • Janet says:

      What a ridiculous comment. You have no idea how long Z’s hair is. And since she is not your child, her hair is none of your business. She is a beautiful little girl. Fine features and big luminous eyes and lovely skin tone. When she grows up she is going to be drop-dead gorgeous.

      BTW I’ve tried Moroccanoil and can tell you from experience it’s overrated, overpriced sludge.

  55. Alipop says:

    Shilo is S-T-U-N-N-I-N-G! Thank God she seems to have substance and apparently does seem to care what she looks like! I’m excited to see what chaos this one will cause when she gets older (for men and women alike – just like her mamma)

    • Brittney says:

      Yes; I get uncomfortable just thinking about the fact that someday, all of these kids will be sex symbols. (It will also make me feel incredibly old.) But that’s pretty inevitable; even if they manage to live private lives, the interest will still be there, and they will all be stunning.

      I’m just so glad that if they’re being “trained” for anything, it’s charity work, not modeling or acting.

  56. Brittney says:

    I’d like to see ANYONE claim Angie’s lips are fake after looking at these pictures of Shiloh. Baby pictures of Angelina should have been proof enough, but come on… the genes are CRAZY strong in these kids. It’s pretty funny how I don’t think Brad and Angelina look alike, yet Shiloh and Knox are almost identical, and one looks exactly like Mom while the other looks exactly like Dad…

    But Maddox will be the heart-breaker of the bunch. Mark my word.

  57. vvvoid says:

    Zahara is the spitting image of my ex-fiance’s mother Zahara. They were from Somalia. Absolutely gorgeous people.

  58. Starlight says:

    Shiloh is amazingly beautiful. Beyond words.

  59. Ginger says:

    Shiloh really does look an awful lot like her Mom but the strange thing is I can see Angie in Zahara as well. In any case, all of the kids are gorgeous.

  60. lindy says:

    Shiloh is going to far outshine Jolie in beauty and that will be without any surgery. She’s a gorgeous, unique looking little girl.

  61. lady X says:

    Well I know people are going to jump on me … but I was thinking the same thing about Z and her hair for a while now… everything I see here pictures (and that is ALOT because I love love love her and think she is gorgeous ) her hair is NEVER done …. and it seems to be the same length as it was since she was about 2 or 3 years old … yes she is a kid and yes little girls her age could care less about their hair .. I was about 18 or 19 before I ever got extensions or permed my hair.. and her natural hair is gorgeous that is why I think I wondered why it is never done… I would be lying if I said I was not thinking the same thing ….
    Her outfits look so cute and to me she is the best dressed kid but her hair always looks like some of the mixed kids I see here in L.A who have white or mexican mom’s they never know how to do their hair
    Now trust me I would NEVER touch her natural hair … and i just went nuclear on my cousin who straightened my 3 year old bi racial (half black half mexican) neices hair with a blow dryer and it took me hours to calm down … but see she did that because she did not know how to do her hair .. so she resorted to what is easier … and that is what pony tails are too … Zahara’s hair is ALWAYS in a ponytail most of the time … so who ever is nannying the baby is not doing her hair …
    If you look at Heidi Klum’s daughters hair which is way thicker .. she said from day one …I ONLY let people who know how to do black hair do my babies hair.. and that babies hair is ALWAYS cute and she is only 3 or 4 …
    I could care less usually because she is a kid therefore her concerns in life should be minimal .. but I know how it is growing up black and not having your hair kept …kids are cruel … as some adults are ….
    again I am playing devils advocate for the poster above …

  62. Mrs. Odie 2 says:

    Shiloh looks like young John Voight to me.