The Oscar winner was recently named “godmother” for Women for Bees.
Women for Bees, is a five-year year program launched by Guerlain and UNESCO
that will help train and support 50 female beekeepers around the world.
As part of her new role, Angelina Jolie will take part in a 30-day program in Provence,
France, where she plans to be trained in beekeeping as well.
The single mother of six revealed in an accompanying interview that her brood is
“much more informed” about the environment than she was at their age.
Jolie explained that there are two types of bees:
“wild and solitary or domestic and honeybee.”
When asked which type she would be, she quipped:
“I feel like lately I’ve been a lot of domestic honeybee, but in my heart, I’m wild solitary.”
To pull off the arresting image, the “Lara Croft” actress said that she couldn’t shower for three days beforehand.