Celebrity News: Mother and daughter shared an unforgettable journey to inaugurate a shelter space that bears the name of Shiloh.
In recent days Angelina Jolie and her daughter Shiloh traveled to Namibia, Africa, to open an animal sanctuary “Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary”, a shelter space called as the daughter of the actress and Brad Pitt, because she was born there.
According to People magazine sources, Shiloh was actually surprised by the circumstances and “her face lit up when she first saw the sanctuary.” She also confirmed that the girl did not know that the site would have its name: “it was a surprise to her and she was radiant,” added the same informant.
The media referred to the show shared some images of the trip of both and how we can observe in them, these days were fully for Shiloh and Angelina, to spend together and share a special moment as mother and daughter.
Shiloh also had the opportunity to live with some native children of space and to play rugby next to them. The sanctuary that bears her name is located at the N / a’an ku sê Foundation and deals with elephants and rhinos, who have been the victims of poaching or abuse.
During her five-day stay, the 42-year-old actress and Shiloh met with the founders of N / a’an ku sê, Rudie and Marlice van Vuuren and had the experience of living with wild animals. They even had a cheetah named Shiloh, whom the director also met for the first time as a puppy in 2015.
Jolie concluded her visit with a private meeting with President Dr. Hage Geingob and Mrs. Monica Geingos, First Lady of the Republic of Namibia, to discuss the conservation of the country and the continued commitment of her family to the country.
“It is a privilege to work with N / a’an ku sê and be able to contribute to conservation in Namibia,” said the Oscar winner before leaving.