In an interview with Radio Times magazine, the Unbroken director said 13-year-old Maddox has already requested to get inked, but Angie said no. Now, she said, 9-year-old Zahara asked, too, which “horrified” Brad.
“They're already asking me about tattoos," Jolie told Radio Times. "How do I say 'No'?”
Angie also said it’s “especially hard for dads and girls” because “Brad thinks the girls can do no wrong.”
“For some reason men get a little more sensitive when the daughter gets a tattoo,” she said. “He's mush in their hands!"
Jolie also commented on whether or not her children—Maddox, 13; Pax, 11; Zahara, 9; Shiloh, 8; and Vivienne and Knox, both 6—will follow in their famous parents footsteps and act someday.
“We’ve always said, if they want to act, we won’t let them only act, because it’s not enough,” she said. “They’ll have to find a real job at the same time. But I’m hoping that when they see all the other things in the world, they’ll be inspired to be writers, politicians, activists."