Now ALL of Pitt’s daughters will be known differently. The girls’ NEW FULL NAMES are in

In a surprising development, all three of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughters—Zahara, Vivienne, and Shiloh—have opted to change their last names. Aptly dropping “Pitt” and retaining “Jolie.” This significant move exposes the ongoing complexities within the Jolie-Pitt family. Stemming from Brad Pitt’s strained relationship with his children amid his contentious divorce and custody battle with Angelina Jolie. Shiloh, who recently turned 18, was the most recent to initiate the name change. On her birthday, she filed legal documents to officially change her name to Shiloh Jolie. This decision marks a significant step in her quest for autonomy and identity, aligning her name solely with her mother.

Vivienne’s Quiet Shift
Vivienne, the youngest of Brad Pitt’s daughter trio at 15, subtly distanced herself from her father by using “Vivienne Jolie” in the Playbill for the Broadway musical “The Outsiders,” which she helped produce with her mother. While it’s unclear if she has taken legal steps to formalize the change, the choice to use “Jolie” publicly signals her allegiance​.

Zahara’s College Move
Zahara, now 19 and attending Spelman College, introduced herself as “Zahara Marley Jolie” during a sorority event. My name is Zahara Marley Jolie, coming all the way from the Golden State in the city that is full of angels, Los Angeles, California. I am this line’s number seven.” She said. This revelation came months before her sisters’ decisions became public. Indicating her early inclination to align her identity with her mother’s surname.

“That’s a shame seeing as how life could have been different for her, and he played a part in changing her life for the better.” Commented one fan. Another said “Why are they giving Brad such a hard time?” A third cautioned, “I just hope this young lady is making decisions based on her own reality because to reject a parent is a BIG DEAL and should not be influenced by other people’s experiences or recollections. ”The name changes by Zahara, Vivienne, and Shiloh Jolie come at a time when the Jolie-Pitt family continues to navigate the aftermath of Brad and Angelina’s highly publicized split. The ongoing legal battles and personal conflicts have undoubtedly influenced the children’s decisions, as they each seek to establish their own identities separate from the family turmoil. These changes reflect not only personal choices but also broader implications about family dynamics and individual identity within the context of celebrity and public scrutiny.