Angelina Jolie Joins Brad Pitt at World War Z Paris Premiere

Celebrity News Jun. 3, 2013 AT 4:20PM
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attended the World War Z premiere in Paris, France, on June 3, 2013. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attended the World War Z premiere in Paris, France, on June 3, 2013. Credit: FAMEFLYNET

The World War Z world press tour continues! After getting a preventative double mastectomy earlier this year, Angelina Jolie made her second official public appearance in Paris on Monday, June 3. Wearing a custom Saint Laurent suit, the Oscar-winning actress -- who celebrates her 38th birthday June 4 -- supported her fiance Brad Pitt at the French premiere of his new zombie movie.

Jolie first stepped out in London at the film's June 2 screening. "I feel great," she told reporters. "I'm very very grateful for all the love and support." The Tomb Raider actress praised her future husband, 49, for being an "extraordinary" caretaker over the past few months. "He's such a wonderful man and a wonderful father," she said. "I'm very very lucky."

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The couple's eldest sons Maddox, 11, and Pax, 9, attended the premiere. "I'm very excited for Brad and I think it's a really fun film," Jolie said. "My boys are around somewhere, so they're enjoying it."

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The UNHCR Special Envoy first opened up about her health scare in a May 13 New York Times op-ed piece. After learning that she carries the BRCA1 gene, which increases her risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer, the Maleficent star had her first surgery in February and completed her final follow-up procedure on Apr. 27.

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Though she waited until her treatment was complete to share her story, Jolie -- also mom to Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 6, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 4 -- didn't hide her potential health problems from their six kids.

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"We have a policy in our family, no secrets," Pitt told Extra June 2. "I mean there's an age of understanding, so you've got to present it in a way that is age appropriate, but we know our children very well. We want everything to be on the table and any questions they have for them to ask."

He added, "We unleash certain things on them when it's out of the scary zone. And we know where we're heading. It's been a lovely thing."

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