Angelina Jolie looks classy in black overcoat and gray ensemble during grocery run with daughter Vivienne in LA... after visiting flood catastrophe in Pakistan as UN Special Envoy

           After spending time visiting the flood-ravaged waters in Pakistan as Special Envoy for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, Angelina Jolie has been back home in Los Angeles spending time with her children. And on Saturday, the acclaimed actress and director got in some one-on-one time with 14-year-old daughter Vivienne, which included a stop to get groceries at a Gelson's Market in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Academy Award winner looked to be taking care of business on her cellphone during the short walk from their parked vehicle into the store.She also wore black platform sandals, dark sunglasses and had her dark brown tresses styled long and straight, well past her shoulders, with a part in the middle.Vivienne, who has a twin brother Knox, along with four other brothers and sisters, looked like the typical teenager in bleached out jeans, a gray sweatshirt and black Converse sneakers. She had her long light brown locks pulled back into a ponytail while wearing a mask. Along with Knox, missing from the outing was sister Shiloh, 16; older brothers Maddox, 21; Pax, 18; and sister Zahara, 17, who's currently a student at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. Just weeks ago, Jolie got an up-close look at the devastating floods waters in Pakistan, which included meeting some of people affected by the catastrophe. One week later, she took to her Instagram page and shared a few photos that were taken during her time visiting disaster areas with @rescueorg and local organizations. After sharing how 'severe flooding  has submerged  1/3 of the country's land', Jolie revealed some more of the heartbreaking statistics.'33 million people are affected, and over 6 million need emergency humanitarian assistance.,' she wrote, before adding, 'Pakistan also still hosts over a million Afghan refugees who are unable to return safely due to the current situation. Those I was able to reach were still in shock from having fled the Taliban, and now knowing the country they have fled to is in an emergency.' She went on to plead with her 13.8 million Instagram fans and followers to 'please follow what is happening', and urged them to 'push governments to understand that rising emissions, failure to address conflicts and lack of fair trade are causing more death and suffering to millions of families around the world.' After years of dedicated service as a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, Jolie was appointed Special Envoy in April 2012. In her expanded role, she was given authority to represent Guterres and UNHCR at the diplomatic level, with a focus on major refugee crises. 

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