Sunday , November 29 2020

Son plans to attend college in Asia – Hollywood Life



The first of Angelina Jolo's six children is about to leave the estate. We have details of how she has mixed feelings about the son Maddox going to college in Asia.

Where has time gone? Angelina Jolie adopted son Maddox from a Cambodian orphanage in 2002 when he was only seven months old. Now he is 17 years old and mother and son are tour schools for him to attend 2019. The couple visited a local university in Seoul, South Korea on November 3, and the Oscar-winning actress has mixed feelings about her eldest child moving so far away. "It's a bittersweet time for Angelina right now. She's so proud that Maddox becomes this independent and smart young man who will make her mark on the world, but at the same time she will miss him so much," says a source near Angelina 43 HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.

"It seems like yesterday she went home this little little boy, and now he's grown up and leaves her. Angelina knew that it was just a matter of time. But it seems like everything has happened so fast and she can not help wishing that she had only a few years of Maddox before he went out to do his own thing, our insider continues.

"Maddox always knew that he wanted to study in Asia so it was never questioned, and that's one of the reasons Angelina is so anxious to him because he already knows his own mind and exactly what he wants, even if he's just 17 At the end of the day, Angelina knows that she is doing a good job of raising Maddox, but it does not make it easier to say goodbye and let him go. Because, no matter how old he is, comes He always be his little boy, says our source.

Maddox has studied Korean and is interested in going to college in South Korea. This marked the mother and son's first visit to a university in the country and ever multi-bags, Angie succeeds in squeezing in the work of U.N while she was there. She was on official visit as UN High Commissioner for Refugee (UNHCR) Envoy, met with the country's justice minister and thanked the nation for putting on Yemeni refugees.


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