Filmmaker Angelina Jolie turns professor has delivered a lecture on Women, Peace and Security in a new role at London School of Economics (LSE).
The human rights advocate, said she was ‘feeling butterflies’ before the lesson, beginning a new master’s course on the impact of war on women.
She embodied her new, visiting professor responsibility perfectly, paring down her iconic Hollywood image in favour of a simple yet sophisticated longline coat.
Angelina told London’s Evening Standard: ‘I’m a little nervous, feeling butterflies. I hope I do well. This is very important to me.’
One starstruck attendee reassured the ‘nervous’ speaker by saying: ‘Ms. Jolie, you did wonderfully!’ while another said: ‘Incredible lecture by Angelina today’.
After the lecture, Angelina was joined by her son Maddox as they took the short trip from their lavish hotel to Buckingham Palace. Dressed in a smart black evening dress and matching leather boots, Angelina looked typically elegant as they made their way towards the car.