ANGELINA Jolie shared a rare photo of daughter Shiloh, 15, on Instagram and fans can’t believe how much the teen looks like the actress.
The Maleficent star and Brad Pitt called it quits in 2016.
Angelina Jolie shared a rare photo of Shiloh onlineCredit: Instagram/angelinajolie
She shares the teen with ex Brad PittCredit: PA
Shiloh keeps a low profileCredit: Getty
Angelina, 46, posted a sweet photo of herself smiling and laughing with Shiloh in the background.
The teen was seen sitting in a chair, hair in a bun wearing an all black ensemble.
Shiloh appeared to be laughing and smiling as well, holding one hand up near her face.
The duo appeared to be spending time together during a trip to Cambodia.
Angelina captioned the post: “A few days in Cambodia among the warm local people, and I feel my soul is recovering. This has always been a special country for me and our family.
“Happy to be reunited with friends and colleagues at MJP Foundation in Samlot district. The entirely local team runs programs for health and education and conservation.
Angelina went on: “I spent some time with forest rangers discussing land encroachment, poaching and mapping patrol routes.”
She also shared photos of lily pads and a snap of her meeting with what appeared to be military officials.
The trip comes amid legal drama between Angelina and Brad, 58.
The actor is suing his ex-wife for allegedly secretly selling the couple’s £116million French estate and winery to a Russian oligarch.
TMZ reported that Brad is suing Angelina in the hopes of having the sale undone.
According to legal filings obtained by the outlet, the pair purchased Chateau Miraval in Correns, France back in 2008 while they were still married.
Brad claims to have invested a significant amount of money into the winery.
Angelina, however, paid the 40 percent of the $28.4 million it cost to buy, according to the legal documents.
Per his filing, Brad feels he’s responsible for the winery’s success, noting that as of 2013 Angelina was not as heavily involved.
He also claims he and his estranged wife agreed not to sell their interest in the winery without discussing it first.
That was prior to their contentious split.
A CLOSER LOOK
According to TMZ’s reporting, Angelina went to court in June 2021 to discuss selling her share in the winery.
She alleged that she and an unnamed person had reached an agreement in regards to the sale.
Brad was aware of her desire to sell her shares, however, he claims he only agreed to vet potential buyers.
He said at the time he told Angelina that he would give the green light based on who showed interest.
In October 2021, according to his filing, he was surprised with the news that a company called Tenute del Mondo – a Stoli Group subsidiary – had bought Angelina’s interest in the winery.
Brad maintains that he was not consulted, and did not consent, to the sale and accused his ex of purposely keeping the information from him.
According to his legal filing, Brad believes the purchaser – a Russian oligarch named Yuri Shefler – is making it challenging to run the winery.
As such, Brad is suing to have the sale undone and seeking damages.
A source told The Sun of the legal feud: “Unfortunately, this is another example of the same person disregarding her legal and ethical obligations.
“In doing so, she has violated the rights of the only person who poured money and sweat equity into the success of the business by purporting to sell both the business and family home to a third-party competitor.
“She is seeking a return on an investment she did not make and profits she did not earn.”
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
In September 2021, court documents showed that Brad and Angelina agreed to lift a “standard temporary restraining order” on their assets.
As a result of the agreement, the former couple were permitted to sell their possessions owned during their marriage, giving Angelina a chance to sell off her share of their French estate, Chateau Miraval.
While the duo may have come to one agreement, they struggled to agree on other things, with Brad filing a lawsuit against the award-winning actress.
The lawsuit alleged the star was trying to sell her shares of the mansion without allowing Brad his “right of first refusal and profit,” despite the “incredible amount of work, time and money” that he has claimed to put into it.
The property is said to be owned by the company Quimicum, which is part owned by Brad via his company Mondo Bongo and by Angelina through her company Nouvel.
The documents stated: “It is worth mentioning that, for the last four years, Nouvel did not act in the best interest of Quimicum by systematically delaying the approval of the annual accounts and the renewal of the manager.
“We understand that behind this systematic obstruction, the real purpose of Nouvel and its shareholder [Jolie] is to sell its stake in Chateau Miraval SA in a way that would circumvent Mondo Bongo’s right of first refusal.
“Taking, as a result, a capital gain raised thanks to Mondo Bongo’s investment and to which Nouvel did not contribute.”
Brad and Angelina were married in 2014, going their separate ways in 2016.
They have been locked in a nasty divorce and custody feud ever since.
Angelina and Brad share six children: Maddox, 20, Pax, 17, Zahara, 16, Shiloh, 15, and Vivienne and Knox, 13.
Her lawyers previously accused the Seven actor of using his “celebrity” status to change their custody agreement.
Brad was awarded “joint custody” of their children back in May 2021.
Angelina and Brad share six childrenCredit: Getty
The split in 2016Credit: Splash News
Brad is currently suing Angelina in a long and contentious divorceCredit: Reuters
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