Angelina Jolie’s life has had some major changes made to it over the past year, but despite any set backs she is still proving to be one seriously strong woman.
Angelina just kicked off the first screening of her Netflix film, First They Killed My Father, and spoke with the BBC beforehand.
Her children Shiloh, 10, Knox and Vivienne, both 8-year-old twins, joined her for the interview as Angelina game the crew the run down on how to prepare and cook spiders, scorpions and crickets!
She explained why such creepy crawlies had come into Cambodian cuisine, saying, “I think it’s always been a part of the diet, the bugs, but then I think there is a truth to the survival during the war of course.
“When people were being starved they were able to survive on things like this, and they did.”
After first removing the fangs from a spider, before shown down on one of our most hated creepy crawlies…
She even showed her kids how to ‘flip a scorpion'.
We know life’s incredibly difficult for the Jolie-Pitt family at the moment, but we hope everything begins to look brighter.
Image Credit: BBC.