Shiloh Jolie-Pitt makes a stylish statement about refugees with mom Angelina Jolie

By Gemma Strong

Shiloh Jolie-Pitt has always been a self-possessed child, developing her own unique brand of androgynous style from an early age. Now, the nine-year-old has brought politics into her wardrobe, making a stylish statement as she left Los Angeles with mom Angelina Jolie, sister Zahara, 11, and her 12-year-old brother Pax. Shiloh showed her stance on a very timely political matter by wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with the words "Einstein was a refugee," teamed with a collared shirt, trousers and comfy boots.

The little girl walked side by side with her siblings and her mother, dressed all in black, as they made their way through LAX airport on Monday night.

shiloh jolie-pitt wearing an Einstein printed shirt Shiloh Jolie-Pitt made a style statement as she flew out of LA on Monday

Shiloh's sweater seems to suggest she will follow in the footsteps of humanitarian Angelina, who works tirelessly to bring attention to the plight of refugees. Last June, Shiloh accompanied her mum to visit a camp for Syrian refugees in southeastern Turkey, to mark World Refugee Day.

She has also been photographed on the Cambodian set of Angelina's new film First They Killed My Father, which is based on Loung Ung's memoirs about the horrific regime of communist leader Pol Pot regime. Around two million people died due to executions, starvation, disease and forced labour during a four-year period, which is commonly referred to as the Cambodian Holocaust.

The Jolie-Pitt family arrive in Los Angeles The little girl has no doubt been inspired by her mother Angelina Jolie, a prominent humanitarian

UN ambassador Angelina recently finished filming the Netflix movie, and arrived in LA with Pax, Shiloh and Zahara on Wednesday, after a brief stopover in London to see husband Brad Pitt.

The actor is currently in England filming the sequel for World War Z – but managed to take a break at the weekend to enjoy some quality family time with the couple's seven-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

The trio headed out to do some pottery painting in the capital. "It was just Brad and the twins doing the painting together," a source told People. "They were in the pottery café for a couple of hours and seemed to have a lovely time. They were very happy… Knox and Vivienne painted a few things and then Brad painted a few things himself. It was just a fun day out with dad."

Earlier in the day, Brad was seen walking around west London with the twins and their eldest brother, 14-year-old Maddox. The Cambodia-born teenager has been helping his mum with some movie research for First They Killed My Father, while Pax took on the role of set photographer.

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