Angelina Jolie looked ethereal as she left the London premiere of The Eternals with her daughter Shiloh.
The stunning Maleficent actress donned an elegant emerald green poncho dress as she walked next to her 15-year-old daughter.
Angelina kept the focus on the bright ensemble and wore nude-coloured heels and simple face make-up.
Meanwhile, Shiloh went for a more punk-rock approach in a jean jacket with statement emblazoned prints and badges.
She paired the oversized jacket with a black t-shirt, black shorts and classic black Converse sneakers.
Angelina brought her other kids Zahara, 16, Vivienne, 13, Maddox, 20, and Knox, 13 with her to the premiere at IMAX, Waterloo.
Angelina’s son Pax, 17, was the only member of her brood who was not in attendance on the red carpet.
They all headed off to private members club Maison Estelle in Mayfair for The Eternals afterparty.
Zahara looked stunning in a mustard yellow off-the-shoulder dress.
Other cast members in attendance at the Marvel premiere included Kit Harrington, Salma Hayek, Samuel L Jackson.
Angelina recently discussed why her children have been wearing her previous looks to different Eternals premieres.
She explained how she wants her kids to borrow her clothes and "wear them better" too.
"I'm like, 'Oh my god, wear it and wear it better than me! Take it, it's your turn.' I'm that mum!" she told E! News' Daily Pop.
Angelina's eldest daughter Zahara showed up to the recent premiere in the stunning silver beaded Elie Saab Haute Couture gown that Angelina wore to the Oscars in 2014.
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Shiloh wore an outfit that was created from the beige Gabriela Hearst dress that Angelina wore on a recent trip to Paris.
Meanwhile, the iconic actress revealed that The Eternals was an important project for her to be part of as she wanted to be part of a film that "represents the world we live in".
She also revealed she signed up without even reading the script.
Angelina said: "It was now going to be a family that represented the world we live in, and for that, I said, 'I don't care the size of my role or what it is, I just want to back that family.'
"I wanted to see this family onscreen, so we all joined without having read the script. We all joined with a lot of faith but understanding that there was a message behind this film, that we are stronger together, and that this was going to be a very diverse, inclusive and different family. It was a love letter to humanity."
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