Angelina Jolie Dances With Daughter Zahara In Rare New Video

Rae Batchelor
 Zahara Jolie-Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend Variety's Power Of Women at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on September 30, 2021 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Angelina Jolie, 47, was filmed dancing with daughter Zahara, 17, in a sweet video before Zahara goes to college.

Sending your kids off to college can be one of the most rewarding and most challenging times in a mother's life — on the one hand, it's so exciting for them to finally be off on their own and really beginning the first chapter of their adult life, but on the other, it can be hard to let go and let your kid start that chapter on their own! This is true even when it comes to celebrity mothers.

Angelina Jolie is an awesome mom.

Angelina Jolie smiling at the camera.
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She's no stranger to her kids going off to college either — her oldest son, Maddox, 20, is attending college all the way in Seoul, South Korea!

While daughter Zahara isn't going that quite far, Angelina is preparing to send her off to school, too, as shared by an adorable video on Instagram about Zahara attending Spelman College, a historically Black women's liberal arts college in Atlanta.

"We Love To See It!" the video was captioned.

"Angelina Jolie and Daughter Zahara Jolie-Pitt, Incoming Spelmanite freshman, dances with Morehouse and Spelman Alumni at the Los Angeles Send Off for Incoming Freshman Students. SpelHouse SendOff is the opportunity to show our incoming students a glimpse of the family they are joining!" the post shared, alongside an adorable video of Angelina and other future students and parents dancing.

The comments section was filled with fans loving seeing Angelina's involvement in her daughter's future.

"I respect that she’s actually taking the time make sure her kids experience parts of their heritage that she knows she can’t teach them. Thank y’all for sharing this with a positive caption because for anyone to try to knock that is childish," one commenter wrote.

"Y’all got Tomb Raider doing the electric slide!"

"This makes me so happy for her! After being a black girl raised in an all white world, she gets to have her black experience! You go Zahara!" another commenter wrote.

We hope Zahara has a great time at school, and that they both get plenty of time to practice their dance moves!