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Angelina And Brad’s Daughter Shiloh Looks So Different Than When She Was A Toddler

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Combining two of the most gorgeous people in Hollywood leaves no doubt that the kids will be absolute stunners. And that’s exactly what we see in Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s kids. One of their daughters that made a lot of headlines is Shiloh Jolie-Pitt. She is the first biological child of the movie stars and in her 11 years she’s gone through many transformations. Looking at pictures of her from the year she was born to her toddler years to how she looks now, the transformation is apparent.



No matter what she chooses to wear or how she chooses to style her hair, she is a copy of both her parents.



People started having a problem with Shiloh wearing only boy’s clothes but if she feels good in them, then who cares, right?



She was born on May 27, 2006 in Namibia and has a few older siblings and younger ones as well.


Source:The Inquisitr

While growing up, she seemed like a regular little girl: feminine, blonde long hair and wearing dresses almost every time we saw her in public.


Source:Just Jared

When she got a little bit older, everybody started noticing that she preferred rocking a tomboy look more than a girly one.



Her parents noticed her style as well and on the Oprah Winfrey show in 2008, Brad Pitt told Oprah that his daughter preferred being called John.



Angelina, has always been a supportive mother and respected her preferences. She does set an example for those parents who fight against their kid’s wishes.

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Source:Daily Mail

In a 2010 issue of Vanity Fair, she said that she had no problem with her daughter’s appearance. She even said that if she wanted to be a boy, she accepts it.


While she celebrated her birthday at Disneyland, she rocked a suit and tie.



Now she is 11 and those who don’t know who she is, would think she’s a boy. She is also very lucky to know who she is and her parents fully support her.


Source:In Touch Weekly

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