The university’s vice president for student affairs, Darryl Holloman, posted pictures of the “Maleficent” actress on Instagram when she was all blacked out for move-in day.
The teenager, on the other hand, was dressed in a green top and jeans. She put on a black face mask and posed for a photo in her new bedroom.
When asked how she felt about the momentous event, Jolie admitted, “I’m going to cry if I speak about it today.” I’ve managed to keep everything together thus far without crying, so maybe I can go on.
She went on to say how “excited” she was to have a Spelman student as a child. The Oscar winner revealed her eldest daughter’s college goals when they went to a university conference in Atlanta while in Los Angeles this past month.
Welcome to all incoming freshmen starting this year, Jolie wrote in an Instagram post on August 1. Having a family member join the Spelman girls is a privilege and a very unique place.
In that same week, the director’s ex-husband, Brad Pitt, gushed about Zahara’s plans for college, saying he was “glad” to have such a “bright” daughter.
On August 2, the 58-year-old actor told Vanity Fair, “She’s going to flourish much more at college.” It’s exciting and delightful to see her carving out her own path and pursuing her interests. I’m overjoyed. You might wonder, “Where did the time go?” They progress far too quickly.
The ex-couple, who also have twins named Knox and Vivienne, 14, Maddox, 21, Pax, 18, and Shiloh, 16, were divorced in 2016 and ordered to live separately three years later.
Maddox travelled to South Korea in August 2019 to attend Yonsei College. Jolie was the only mother present at his drop-off. “I’m trying not to cry,” the “Salt” star acknowledged right now.