Movie star Angelina Jolie opened up on what it's like when her kids get to see her as a humanitarian.
On Monday, Hello! Magazine shared an interview with actress who is an ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. During a trip to Myanmar with her 11-year-old son, Pax, she mentioned that it's a "dream" to work with her kids.
"I want them to understand the world around them and their responsibilities to others," Jolie said.
The actress has done a lot of traveling over the years doing what she can to help others, which has positively influenced her six children.
"They all asked to come on these trips so they must have known they were ready," she said.
The 40-year-old also dished on how her humanitarian work connects with her career as one of the most critically acclaimed actresses of all time.
"I am of course very influenced in my film-making by my humanitarian work, and drawn to projects that I feel have meaning and relevance or tell important stories," she said.
Jolie is married to actor Brad Pitt. They have a total of six children together, their three oldest adopted: Maddox, 14, Pax, 11, Zahara, 10, Shiloh, 9, and twins, Knox and Vivienne, 7.
Jolie and Pitt had been together for years before they got married. Their first wedding anniversary will be on the 23rd of this month.