Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has opened up about her personal experience of life in lockdown. In an interview with Harper's Baazar UK the actress also spoke about her anxiety and her kids. Jolie who is a UN Ambassador also said that she is even more worried about those facing domestic abuse and refugees during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking about the refugee crisis around the world Jolie said, "They live with xenophobia and racism and prejudice every single day and are some of the most vulnerable people in the world when it comes to the economic consequences of the pandemic."
She added a positive note later and said, “They are tired with the excuses and half-measures, and showing solidarity with each other in the face of inadequate responses by those in power. It feels like the world is waking up, and people are forcing a deeper reckoning within their societies. It is time to make changes in our laws and our institutions – listening to those who have been most affected and whose voices have been excluded.”
Talking about how she is taking care of her children Jolie said, "Like most parents, I focus on staying calm so my children don’t feel anxiety from me on top of all they are worrying about. I put all my energy into them. During the lockdown, Vivienne’s bunny passed away during a surgery, and we adopted two sweet little ones who are disabled. They need to be in pairs. They are so gentle and it has helped to focus on their care with her at this time. And on the dogs, and snake and lizard…