Click here to read the full article. In honor of World Bee Day, Guerlain’s second cohort of its Women for Bees program in partnership with UNESCO and Angelina Jolie has been launched. This new phase of the initiative will take place in the villages of Siem Reap, Cambodia, where 11 trainees will learn about beekeeping, a practice that is integral to wildlife preservation. Jolie, who founded her organization, the MJP Foundation, in Cambodia in 2003, has worked since to help develop Cambodian communities and preserve their natural resources. More from WWDArt-Inspired Makeup Looks by Mimi ChoiPhotos of the Beauty Transformation in 'Pam...
Last year, I broke the news that heritage French cosmetics house Guerlain would partner with Angelina Jolie and UNESCO’s Women for Bees Programme to help counter the dropping rates of the world honeybee population. Now, one year later, 11 women who have been educated as beekeepers have graduated and will go into beekeeping training programs with the help of Jolie and a second €1m donation made by Guerlain.
Laying low! Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s daughter Shiloh Jolie-Pitt lives a very private life, and photos of her outings and public appearances are a rare treat. In recent years, Shiloh, who was born in 2006, has started making more red carpet appearances with her famous mother. The teen accompanied Angie and brother Pax to the premiere of the documentary Paper & Glue in November 2021. One month prior, she also made multiple public appearances with her siblings, including sister Zahara, while their mom was promoting The Eternals on red carpets around the world.
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Angelina Jolie, 46, only recently returned from war-torn Lviv, and the Oscar-winner has stories to tell. The Eternals star took to Instagram May 4 to share a heartbreaking story of a little girl who found and played with a “special stone.” “While I was in Lviv a few days ago, I was shown a ‘special stone’ found by a little girl,” Angelina captioned the photo of a hand holding a jagged, charred bit of metal. “The little girl who found it didn’t realize the stone she was playing with was in fact a piece of shrapnel from a bomb. Sitting in the palm of your hand, it’s jagged and heavier than you would expect. Its shine and unusual nature must have caught the child’s eye.”
The actress and U.N. Special Envoy for refugees spoke with recent evacuees arriving by train in the western Ukraine city, as well as children being treated for injuries from a recent Russian attack.
On April 30, Angelina Jolie traveled to the city of Lviv, in Ukraine, as the country is bombarded by Russian forces invading the terrain. Jolie's surprise visit is part of a “private humanitarian fact-finding mission focused on the needs of children” that is trying to show support for Ukrainian civilians and “bear witness to the human impact of the conflict,” according to a press release published by Reuters.
Angelina Jolie made a surprise visit to Lviv, Ukraine, meeting children who were injured in a Russian missile attack on the Kramatorsk railway station, according to Maksym Kozytskyy, governor of Lviv Regional State Administration. Kozytskyy shared a videos and photos of Jolie — a special envoy to the UN's refugee...