Angelina Jolie has proved that she has a fantastic habit of thinking ahead. She also revealed to her fan how thinking forward to what life will be like for her and her family once the coronavirus pandemic is over.
The actress admitted in an exclusive interview on Wednesday that Maddox, her 18-year-old son, will go back to Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. She told that her son would return to his college once worldwide concerns over COVID-19 calms down.
A Happy Mother
“I was pleased about Mad’s choice of university. It is, of course, not functioning at the moment because of the pandemic. But he’s not changing to any other school. He’ll be back as soon as things calm down,” Jolie told some sources. Some sources are said to be one of the long-running media outlets in South Korea. “He’s using the time to focus on his Korean and Russian studies. We are all so happy. Also, as a family, we can’t wait to get the chance to get to know South Korea even better through Maddox, and with him, during his years of study.”
Addressing The World As It Is Suffering Due To The Pandemic
Jolie also directed everyone who are suffering because of the pandemic. She wants the whole world to fight this together. She feels that we can best get through this pandemic by sharing resources and knowledge
After seeing that all his classes were cancelled, Maddox temporarily came back to Los Angeles last month. Here, he reunited with his mother and all his siblings, Pax, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 13, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 11.
Jolie, back in August, also admitted that she got a little emotional when she was sending Maddox off to college.
“What was very amazing was the way everybody said goodbye. When it was time to take him to the airport, I saw all my kids. I have seen how they love each other, give each other hugs, kisses and support each other no matter what. When I see all this, I feel this is going to be okay as long as they are going to have each other.”
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