Angelina Jolie is on cloud 9 as she reunites with son Maddox at Maleficent: Mistress of Evil's Tokyo premiere
Angelina Jolie and Maddox Jolie-Pitt reunited at Maleficent: Mistress of Evil's Tokyo premiere. The mother-son duo was all smiles at the premiere.
Two months since her emotional farewell to Maddox Jolie-Pitt, Angelina Jolie is reunited with her 18-year-old son and she cannot contain her happiness. For the unversed, Maddox is currently studying in South Korea at Yonsei University. Angelina and Maddox were last seen together on the campus in August when the actress dropped him off and kissed him goodbye. Earlier this week, we saw Angelina with her five other children at the LA premiere of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Now, the gorgeous diva made her red carpet appearance at Maleficent: Mistress of Evil's Tokyo premiere and Maddox joined the star there.
Angelina and Maddox were joined by Brad Pitt and Angelina's 14-year-old daughter Zahara. The trio looked fabulous as they made their red carpet walk on October 3. Angelina turned heads with her dazzling fringed gown. The glitzy silver dress was made by Ralph & Russo Couture. She slipped into a pair of silver pumps and accessorised with matching earrings for her night out with her kids. Given it is a school night, it is understandable that Pax, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne weren't present at the international event.
Maddox looked dapper in a black ensemble. The college lad chose a pair of ripped jeans with a black tee and blazer for his night out with mom Angelina. Maddox also flaunted a new hairstyle as well. Check out the pictures below:
During the LA premiere, Angelina revealed that Maddox and Angelina had an emotional farewell. "He stayed with me. It was like, 'He wants to be with his mother. And I asked him, 'Are you OK?' And he said, 'Yeah I’m fine.' And then I realized the entire week was all for me. He was just making sure that I was going to be OK. And he gave me a really big hug. Because he knew I needed it. He knew what I needed, and he gave it to me. So I left really proud," she recalled, holding her emotions back, as reported by USA Today.