It’s too early to tell if Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s children will be stars, but they’re definitely already following through in their famous parents’ footsteps—but in a very unique way!
Rather than trying their turns at acting, Zahara, 10, and Shiloh, 9, have been following their lead in a different way: They’ve become active volunteers and mini philanthropists!
While Jolie, 40, is stationed in Cambodia making a movie based on human-rights activist Loung Ung’s memoir, First They Killed My Father, Zahara and Shiloh have spent their time in Siem Reap bonding with several local children.
Leida Shoun, a 16-year-old Cambodian native with a dozen siblings, said the two youngsters have been “sponsoring” her family by buying new clothes and even new bikes for them.
“We only had one bicycle for the family, and it was old,” Leida said, “so for us, this was an amazing gift.”
Shoun said she met the Jolie-Pitt girls when their father Pitt brought them into town for ice cream and said she can’t wait to see them both again.
“I would love for them to come and visit our home,” she said. “We would give them tea and show them around the neighborhood.”