Angelina Jolie showed her children what it's like to be a true New Yorker, taking them to grab a hot dog in the middle of Manhattan.
The 46-year-old Maleficentwas spotted at the famous Gray's Papaya in New York City on Tuesday with two of her kids in tow.
The mom of six was caught getting ready to blow through a big, juicy hot dog with her sons, 17-year-old Pax and Knox, 12.
Jolie surprisingly emerged from the no-frills chain, holding onto a hot dog wrapped in tin foil. She couldn't eat her dog without washing down with a nice, giant soda.
Juggling her afternoon snack, napkins, and drink in one hand, Jolie walked alongside her second oldest child, who recently ditched his high school graduation.
Wearing a long, flowing skirt, and white t-shirt that she tucked in, the award-winning actress kept her mask on while she brushed past photographers.
Pax stayed close to his mom while Knox was seen trailing behind after leaving the flagship restaurant.
Jolie looked completely unbothered despite the massive blow she recently felt in her bitter custody battle with her ex-husband Brad Pitt.
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As RadarOnline.com reported, the Girl, Interrupted actress is gearing up to take on her ex in court over the recent custody decision.
The private judge presiding over their custody case determined joint custody was best for their children, and Jolie is pissed.
She's been fighting for primary custody ever since filing for divorce back in 2016.
Jolie is pulling out all the stops, claiming she has proof that Pitt allegedly committed domestic violence during their marriage.
She wants the judge to take what she has and think about reconsidering the decision.
It might not be that easy though.
In the court ruling, sources say the judge was very clear with his decision. He believed Pitt had the right to be with his children. He also thinks it's in the best interest of the kids to be around their father.