Angelina Jolie arrives to JFK airport with daughter Vivienne, 15, following their Tony Awards win for The Outsiders - after estranged father Jon Voight praised them

          Angelina Jolie and her daughter Vivienne were spotted at the airport in New York City on Monday.The Oscar-winning actress, 49, looked effortlessly stylish modeling a chic travel look as she and her 15-year-old daughter arrived at JFK to catch a departing flight.The Eternals star made the airport terminal her runway as she strutted through wearing a warm beige trench coat and slouchy suede boots.She also carried a large, woven YSL tote bag and sported a pair of oversize, round sunglasses.This comes shortly after Jolie's estranged father Jon Voight made a rare comment about her and said he's 'proud' of her as well as granddaughter Vivienne. Following his comment about them, the three-time Golden Globe winner and her daughter were seen going through airport security ahead of their flight.Jolie showcased her barefaced beauty and wore her hair in a slicked back, chic bun.She accessorized with a few dainty gold jewelry pieces including huggie earrings and a slim bangle bracelet. At her side, Vivienne also looked casual-chic as she sported a taupe T-shirt, matching her mom's outfit, as well as a muted blue zip-up hoodie.She sported cuffed jeans, high-top sneakers and toted a black backpack as they made their way through the airport. At the star-studded Tony Awards, Jolie and her daughter — one of six she shares with ex Brad Pitt — were the biggest winners of the night as they took home four awards.They also received the top honor of Best Musical for their stage production of The Outsiders.Jolie notably took on the role of a producer for the Broadway musical, The Outsiders, which officially premiered earlier this year in April. Vivienne also had the chance to be a producer's assistant on the critically-acclaimed project.In addition to Vivienne, Jolie and Pitt, 60, share biological children Shiloh as well as Vivienne's 15-year-old twin Knox as well as three adopted children: Maddox, 22, Pax, 20, and Zahara, 19. On Sunday, Jolie's estranged father said that he was proud of them after they stole the spotlight with their remarkable victory. 'I'm very proud of Vivienne,' Voight, 85, told TMZ on Sunday. 'I'm really proud of Angie because she really tries to encourage each of the kids to be what they want to be.'  'I'm sure Angie contributed with the actors and Angie's a great director,' he gushed over Jolie, with whom he had been estranged from for years.The Midnight Cowboy star also revealed how Vivienne got her mother involved with the production.'Vivienne read the book and then went down to see the pre-Broadway play version down close by San Diego and she went down four times and she said "Mom, you got to see this,"' he explained to the outlet.


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