This is what Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, Brad and Angelina’s first biological child, looks like today

We’ve often seen how the captivating connection between actors working closely on a set has seamlessly spilled into their personal lives. Consider the prime instance of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, once a renowned couple. During their joint filming of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” in 2004, Pitt was still wedded to Jennifer Aniston. Yet, this didn’t hinder the Hollywood sensation from developing affection for the charismatic Jolie, resulting in the birth of “Brangelina,” a globally celebrated duo.

Because of the movie, we ended up being brought together for all sorts of crazy things, and this weird friendship and partnership just sort of clicked. After a few months, I remember thinking, ‘Wow, I’m excited to go to work.’ Any task involving both of us, we discovered so much joy in doing it as a team. We just naturally became a duo,” shared Jolie with People in 2006.

Their journey continued for a solid 12 years, and they’re now parents to Angelina’s trio of adopted kids — Maddox, Zahara, and Pax — as well as their own three biological children: Shiloh and the twins, Vivienne and Knox.

Because of the movie, we ended up being brought together for all sorts of crazy things, and this weird friendship and partnership just sort of clicked. After a few months, I remember thinking, ‘Wow, I’m excited to go to work.’ Any task involving both of us, we discovered so much joy in doing it as a team. We just naturally became a duo,” shared Jolie with People in 2006.

Their journey continued for a solid 12 years, and they’re now parents to Angelina’s trio of adopted kids — Maddox, Zahara, and Pax — as well as their own three biological children: Shiloh and the twins, Vivienne and Knox.

Back then, New York magazine penned, “It’s been a while since a baby’s arrival was this anxiously awaited, maybe not since Jesus.”The buzz about Jolie’s pregnancy was massive and set off a media whirlwind. Paparazzi shadowed the couple’s every move, as the entire globe eagerly awaited the arrival of their first child. Magazines were dangling a million-dollar carrot for an exclusive snap of the yet-to-be-born celebrity kid.

Back then, New York magazine penned, “It’s been a while since a baby’s arrival was this anxiously awaited, maybe not since Jesus.”

Shiloh entered the world on May 27, 2006. Astonishingly, Pitt and Jolie earned a staggering $14 million from selling her photo – a sum they wholeheartedly directed towards UNICEF.

“In the midst of embracing the happiness of our daughter’s arrival, we’re deeply aware that 2 million babies born annually in less privileged parts of the world don’t live beyond their first day. These young lives can be rescued, but it hinges on governments globally making it a genuine commitment,” conveyed the couple in a heartfelt statement.

Approaching 16 years old, Shiloh has practically grown up in the limelight. She seems to have inherited the finest qualities from her renowned parents and holds a captivating beauty. Yet, a particular aspect about her has stirred a buzz among fans – her choice of clothing. In a unique twist, she even requested her folks and siblings to address her as “John,” deviating from her given name.

During a heart-to-heart with Oprah, her dad Pitt openly shared, “She insists on being called John. John or Peter. It’s a bit of a Peter Pan thing. So, we refer to her as John.” He chuckled, “I might ask, ‘Hey, Shi, do you want…’ and she’ll interject, ‘John. I’m John.’ So, you know, it’s those adorable quirks that make parents smile, though they might come off as a touch exasperating to others.”

Jolie also opened up about her daughter’s desire to embrace a more boyish style. She revealed to Vanity Fair, “She really identifies as a boy. That’s why we decided to cut her hair. She gravitates toward wearing boys’ clothes exclusively. In her heart, she truly sees herself as one of her brothers.”

Surprisingly, both Pitt and Jolie were completely accepting of this. They stood firmly behind their daughter’s choices, no matter what they were. Jolie admitted that it was a tad challenging to let go of the name “Shiloh.” It held deep sentimental value for her. However, she wholeheartedly honored her daughter’s wishes.

“It was a name my parents almost gave to their first child — but there was a miscarriage: Shiloh Baptist. Because my dad had been working on a film in Georgia, and that was the most Southern name [my parents] could think of,” Jolie shared, reflecting on the origins of the name she initially bestowed upon her daughter.

Following their separation, the duo established custody arrangements that appear to be functioning smoothly, ensuring ample time for the kids with both parents. Pitt and Jolie stand out as dedicated parents, always willing to do whatever it takes for their children’s happiness.

“Brad feels immense pride in Shiloh and the remarkable person she’s growing into. He deeply admires her authenticity and how she treats her siblings with such kindness,” a source shared with ET, underscoring their strong bond

Jolie, seen as a role model by girls everywhere, shared her thoughts on the significance of women on International Women’s Day: “For the past couple of months, I’ve been in and out of hospitals with my oldest daughter, Zahara, undergoing surgeries. Just recently, I watched my younger daughter, Shiloh, go through hip surgery. So, my wish today is that we truly recognize the worth of girls. Let’s cherish and support them. Because as they grow stronger, they’ll become healthier and give even more to their families and communities.”

In 2021, Shiloh captured everyone’s attention when she joined her renowned mother at the premiere of Marvel’s “Eternals.” She stunned by donning her mom’s Dior dress, which Angelina had worn during a press event for “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” back in 2019. Shiloh’s hair had grown and was elegantly styled in a bun, adding to her incredible beauty

For the premiere in Rome, Shiloh went for a chic little black dress, complemented by a combination of yellow and black sneakers

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