The documentary has been released online and you can view it below and captures will come up shortly!
Angelina Jolie has nothing but good words to say about the Queen
The actress appears in a documentary which features the Queen and Sir David Attenborough
Angelina Jolie has described the Queen as a “lovely lady who really cares about people around the world” in upcoming documentary The Queen’s Green Planet about Her Majesty’s plans to protect the environment. The programme also stars David Attenborough.
Jolie – who goes to Namibia with her six children in the documentary to highlight the importance of forest conservation in Africa – explained what she told her young family when they asked why the Queen believes strongly in preserving nature.
“What it comes down to it you say to the kids, ‘You know really, you don’t know her, you can’t understand all that it means to be a queen and all that,'” says Jolie.
“But you try to say, ‘You know she’s just this really lovely lady who really cares about people around the world, and she really cares about the future, and she wants your grandkids and her grandkids to be able to be running around, enjoying nature and other cultures, and the importance of other cultures.
Angelina will star in a new documentary alongside English Queen and Sir David Attenborough. It will air on April 16 at 9pm on ITV. Hopefully it will be available in other mediums soon!
The Queen will star in a new documentary which explores her plans to create a global network of forest conservation initiatives across all 53 Commonwealth countries.
The initiative marks the Queen’s lifetime service to the Commonwealth and her wish to preserve natural habitats for future generations.
Here’s what you need to know ahead of the documentary airing:
What time is it on TV?
The Queen’s Green Planet airs on Monday 16 April at 9pm on ITV.
Who will appear?
The Queen herself, offering a rare look at her life, aged 91, as she explores the grounds of Buckingham Palace with Sir David Attenborough.
Angelina Jolie, and Princes William and Harry, will also put in an appearance as they support the Queen’s initiative.
What should I expect?
The documentary follows the Queen and her ambitious legacy project to create a global network of protected forests.
It features a lengthy conversation between the Queen and Sir David Attenborough as they wandered around the gardens of Buckingham Palace in summer last year, where they discussed a range of subjects including climate change to conkers and birthday gifts. There was even a little joke about Donald Trump.
Prince Harry will be seen planting trees in the Caribbean and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest.
A new edited version of the Guerlain commercial for the Spring 2018 campaign, captures will come up shortly!
Angelina has been in 13 music videos since 1991, the year she appeared in her first one. Some of these are just footage from movies she starred in, but most of them are exclusive videos with some fantastic scenes. Perhaps you didn’t know that there is two versions of The Rolling Stones video and it’s several of the scenes that are different! You can view captures and both versions of the videos in our video archive.
In early 00’s when this site was originally started there was some really rare photos with bad quality of Angelina holding a dove and nobody knew where it was from – but now we do! Back in 1993 Angelina did yet another music video for the band Widespread Panic and the song “Wondering”. She also modeled for the CD, LP covers and posters. All of these rarities can be viewed in the gallery as well!
So go and look at the screencaptures, watch the music videos in the video archive and read more about them all at the career pages.
When Angelina visited Kenya last year she was photographed at some type of event that we wasn’t completely sure of what it was but it was actually a fashion show for RefuSHE. Yet another cause that Angelina and the Jolie-Pitt Foundation supports and you can read more about it in the Harper’s Bazaar article below or in our press archive. And go to RefuSHE to check out the scarfs and accessories available for sale and/or donate to the cause!
In all her years as an Academy Award–winning actress and director, Angelina Jolie—the most glamorous woman on the planet—never went to a fashion show. “I hadn’t been to one before,” the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Special Envoy says of the experience of finding herself seated front row during a visit to a refugee shelter in Nairobi, Kenya, last June. “But it was my kind of runway: the most beautiful girls, survivors with their heads held high, bringing forward their own designs and culture; showing how it’s possible to find your femininity again after it has been brutally attacked.”
The shelter Jolie visited on World Refugee Day is run by RefuSHE, an NGO that seeks to fill a crucial gap in care for girls and young women between the ages of 13 and 23 fleeing Somalia, South Sudan, and other war-torn countries in the region. “All the girls I met had been separated from their families or had seen their parents killed,” says Jolie. “Almost all had suffered sexual violence, and many had given birth after being raped.” RefuSHE provides counseling and shelter and conducts a multidisciplinary education program.
With the support of UNHCR, RefuSHE also encourages economic empowerment by teaching the young women to make colorful scarves using resist-dyeing, a traditional East African technique similar to tie-dye. This gives the refugees a marketable skill that can help set them on a path toward financial independence. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the scarves they make are reinvested into the program and its artisans; since 2010, nearly 70 percent of them have become self-sufficient.