Angelina Jolie took her sons Knox and Maddox on a cultural outing to Broadway over the weekend. The mum-of-six was spotted out and about with her brood in New York City, making their way to watch Hamilton the musical.
Angelina, 14-year-old Maddox and seven-year-old Knox were also joined by the actress' older brother James Haven.
The Maleficent star looked sleek for her daytime outing, wearing black leather trousers, a strappy top and chic shawl.
Angelina Jolie treated her son Knox to a theatre outing
She appeared in high spirits as she left the theatre, holding on to her youngest son Knox who clutched a programme.
The youngster then parted ways with his mum as she headed out to dinner with her eldest child Maddox and her 43-year-old brother James.
The actress appeared in high spirits as she left the musical on Broadway
Angelina, 41, changed into an equally slick evening outfit, wowing in a slinky black dress. It's not clear whether the group were joined by Angelina's husband Brad Pitt, but the doting dad may well have been at home with the couple's five other children – Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Vivienne and Knox – on Sunday, Father's Day.
Angelina has recently opened up about her six children, and how they're more interested in music and film-making than acting.
Angelina and her son Maddox headed out to dinner afterwards
"None of my kids want to be actors," she said during an appearance on BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour. "They are actually very interested in being musicians. I think they like the process of film from the outside. Mad is interested in editing. Pax loves music and deejaying."
She added: "All the kids are learning different languages. I asked them what languages they wanted to learn and Shi is learning Khmai, which is a Cambodian language, Pax is focusing on Vietnamese, Mad has taken to German and Russian, Z is speaking French, Vivienne really wanted to learn Arabic, and Knox is learning sign language.
"I suppose that just means you don't know who your children are until they show you who they are and they are just becoming whoever they want to be."