Angelina Jolie

Four Of The Former Couple’s Six Children, Pax (19), Zahara (18), Shiloh (17) And Knox (14), Are Photographed Stepping Out For A Rare Sibling Coffee Run In Los Angeles.

AceShowbiz - Four of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's children enjoyed a rare outing. Siblings Pax (19), Zahara (18), Shiloh (17) and Knox (14) were photographed stepping out for coffee in Los Angeles on Sunday, July 2.

In a picture circulating online, the foursome spent some quality time together as they stopped by Maru Coffee for some cold beverages in Los Feliz under the California sun. They appeared to be in high spirits as they were seen giggling as they enjoyed their outing together.

Shiloh had an iced matcha in one hand and an iced coffee in the other. She opted for a casual look in a red Stussy hoodie sweatshirt, black cut-off denim shorts and black high-top Converse sneakers.

Pax and Knox dressed similarly in T-shirts and dark pants for the coffee run. However, the older sibling donned an alien-shaped pendant necklace and sunglasses as he carried an iced coffee. Zahara, meanwhile, stayed low-key in a black sweatshirt, blue jeans and covered her face with a black face mask.

Not joining the sibling coffee run were Brad and Angelina’s other two kids, Maddox (21) and Knox’s twin sister Vivienne.

Brangelina are still embroiled in a bitter custody battle after breaking up in 2016 following 12 years of marriage. The “Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life” actress filed for divorce days after the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” actor allegedly got into a fight with her and their kids on a private jet.

The Oscar-winning actor allegedly choked and struck Maddox during the now-infamous flight from France to the United States, though no charges were ever brought against him. The “Bullet Train” actor has denied the claims.

In May 2021, Brad had a major feat in court when he won joint custody of their kids. However, the decision was later overturned.

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