Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter Zahara, 18, joins Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority at Spelman College

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter has joined a sorority.

Zahara Jolie-Pitt became an official member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha organization — the first historically Black sorority — at Spelman College in Atlanta.

In a video posted by Essence Wednesday, she was seen enthusiastically coming forward from a line of her sorority sisters to introduce herself.

“My name is Zahara Marley Jolie,” she said while shaking her hair and performing a series of moves.

“Coming all the way from the Golden State in the city that is full of angels, Los Angeles, California … I am this line’s number seven.”

The 18-year-old college sophomore was wearing a black long-sleeved midi dress, black gloves and pearls.

In a video posted to Instagram by Essence, the 18-year-old sophomore was seen introducing herself as one of the newest sorority members.

Zahara left several fans in awe for “representing her roots,” while others couldn’t believe how fast she has grown up.

“🥹 Girl! She found her tribe..👏🏾 Angelina did a great job. Culture and dynamics,” one person commented on the video.

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“This makes me want to cry. This baby girl was raised in such a way that she could connect as much as possible to her roots. That is soooo commendable 👏🏾😍,” another wrote.

“Now why am I getting misty eyed 😭 lol I just remember her being a little girl. Wow time flies,” a third chimed in.

“My name is Zahara Marley Jolie,” she said while shaking her hair and performing a series of moves.
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Angelina, 48, has been spotted visiting her daughter on campus since she moved to Atlanta last year.

The “Maleficent” actress took a trip to Spelman for homecoming in October 2022, just months after she dropped Zahara off at college.

She even stopped to take photos with fans on both occasions.

Zahara is one of Jolie and Pitt’s six kids.
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As for her ex-husband Pitt — with whom she shares six kids — he has previously gushed about his “smart” daughter.

“[Zahara’s] going to flourish even more at college. It’s an exciting and beautiful time to find her own way and pursue her interests. I’m so proud,” the “Bullet Train” star, 59, told Vanity Fair in August 2022.

“Where does the time go, right? They grow up too fast. It brings a tear to the eye.” 

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