As Angelina Jolie's humanitarian efforts still remain, the actress and UNHCR diplomat met with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
Angelina Jolie met with Archbishop Justin Welby, 61, and discussed humanitarian matters like "refugee crisis, South Sudan, and prevention of sexual violence in conflict." The actress and Special Envoy for the U.N. talked with the head of the Church Of England on Thursday, Mar. 16 in London. Despite the gravity of their discussion, the only thing fans could seem to notice was Angelina's braless presence.
Tweeted Photos Sparks Controversies
The Archbishop tweeted photos of his discussion with Angelina and called it a "privilege," but followers seemed more focused on Angelina's chest. The actress wore a white pleated skirt with a round-neck gray sweater. Some have called her decision bad-mannered. One fired up Twitter user wrote, "Angelina Jolie is a trick a** h* in this pic. You are meeting with a religious man, wear a damn bra. Or a padded bra." Another joked that Justin better has kept his focus and tweeted, "Eyes up, Archbishop!" One Twitter user labeled Angelina as "SHAMELESS."
Ambassadress Of United Nation 2012
Angelina, who was chosen to her United Nations post in 2012, formerly worked with the archbishop in 2015 at the opening of the Centre for Peace and Security at the London School of Economics, where she spoke out against sexual cruelty.
"The role of the U.N. Secretary General's Special Envoy on Refugees, Angelina Jolie-Pitt, is one that has been unexpected," the archbishop said of her at that time.
"What she said just now sums up so beautifully the issues we are facing and puts it so quite in terms of the challenge that there is. It's pleasing that she has committed her time, her energy, and has taken great personal risks to be able to speak genuinely as to what she's done."
A day earlier, she went to the United Nations offices in Geneva for the annual talk of the Sergio Vieira de Mello Foundation lecture.
Angelina's Undying Passion On Preventing Sexual Violence
On Monday, Angelina began a busy week by taking part in a board discussion at World Vision UK HQ on their 5th year anniversary, promoting Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative.
Angelina is promoting UNHCR "Time to Act Campaign," a unique outreach program for Syrian refugees who have been uprooted from the conflict. Through this campaign, children of Syria can have better future with their families and their communities.