Shiloh Jolie-Pitt followed her parent’s footsteps as she rescued a village of kids with her pictures, according to a report.
The children attending the Okanimekwa school in Namibia might not be familiar with Brangelina as they have never seen an Angelina Jolie movie or read about her and Brad Pitt in magazines. Yet they’re certain how they feel about the star.
“She’s a very special person, and we’ll never forget her,” 16-year-old student Emiliana Shikongo tells Life & Style. “She must be a holy person,” adds another student, Andreas Kristofelius, 17. “I think Angelina Jolie must be a saint.”
The reason for their adoration? Angelina changed the lives of the 589 children at the school — along with thousands of other Namibians — after giving birth to daughter Shiloh in the African nation in 2006.
When Angie and Brad sold Shiloh’s baby pictures, they said that the proceeds, a reported $4 million, would go to help children in Africa and other parts of the world.