Angelina Jolie is named Honorary Dame by Queen Elizabeth II
Jolie’s attendance at the world summit to end sexual violence in London was accompanied by the news that the actress has been appointed as Honorary Dame of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, mentions granted by Queen Elizabeth II.
“To be recognized in relation to foreign policy means a lot to me, this is what I want to dedicate my life. Working in an initiative to prevent sexual violence and survivors of rape is an honor itself. I acknowledge that winning in our fight will take a lifetime, with which I will be dedicated to this cause,” were the words of the protagonist of the Maleficent film, who also indicated that her latest film is a rape metaphor, and the victims as her character face to follow the pattern of abuse or choose a life of love for others.
After the box office hit representing her role in the adaptation of Disney’s classic, Jolie shows interest in the role of Cleopatra, a film that would be in project.