Angelina Jolie takes her daughters Vivienne and Zahara to shopping spree in Rome
- Angelina Jolie cut a glamorous figure as she enjoyed a shopping day out with her two beautiful daughters
- The actress was with the girls identified as Vivienne, 13, and Zahara, 17, in Rome, before joining pal Salma Hayek
- The family enjoyed a day of shopping, and the actress bought some kitchen utensils to take home.
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie has recently been spending time in Rome while directing a new movie, Without Blood.
Angelina seemingly brought her children along for the trip too.
She was spotted enjoying a day out with her daughters Vivienne, 13, and Zahara, 17, even meeting up with pal Salma Hayek later on.
Daily Mail reports that the Hollywood star, 47, donned a flowing sand maxi dress and high-waist trouser co-ord for the outing, with a spaghetti strap detail, showing off her tattoo-decorated arms and upper back.
Angelina added a pair of platformed espadrilles to her look, with a large camel handbag slung over her shoulder.
Her brunette tresses were pulled away from her face in a dark claw clip, as she shielded from the Italian sun in a pair of circular framed sunglasses.
Stepping out in the city, her daughter Zahara walked alongside her in a sage green sundress and a pair of black high-top Converse trainers.
While Angelina’s youngest daughter, Vivienne, sported a pair of grey jeans and a matching crew neck sweatshirt.
Taking a look at the selection of food on offer, she also browsed a spice stall at piazza o Campo De Fiori –
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