A loving heart is required to adopt a kid who is not connected to him, which is why Angelina Jolie is constantly praised for her actions sixteen years ago, which have had a positive impact on the lives of many people.
An American actress and film director named Angelina Jolie visited Ethiopia in the year 2005 and met a six-month-old baby girl named Zahara who was living in an orphanage. In accordance with sources, Zahara's biological mother abandoned her in the orphanage home due to a variety of factors.
During that time, Zahara was known as 'Yemsrach' and was adopted by Angelina Jolie, who gave her the name Zahara and provided her with a lovely upbringing. Zahara was raised by Angelina as if she were her own daughter, and she has developed into a stunning young woman.
Besides being an actress, Zahara is also a successful businesswoman. She is the CEO of a clothing company named Zahara Collections, and she is well-known in her field. Furthermore, she is a charitable individual who has assisted several others around the community.
Take a look at some cute pictures of Angelina and Zahara below
Take a look at more photos of Zahara and her mother and siblings below.
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