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Happy Birthday, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt!

Happy Birthday, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt!

Proud parents Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie celebrate daughter Shiloh‘s second birthday today.

Shiloh is the smallest and youngest of the Jolie-Pitt family and was born in Swakopmund, Namibia exactly two years ago. She has three older siblings — brother Maddox, 6, Pax, 4, and Zahara, 3. Shiloh will soon have twin sisters, when Angie gives birth later this summer.


FYI: Brad & Angie are using their Maclaren stroller.

15+ flashback pictures inside of Shiloh Jolie-Pitt

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1,292 Responses to “Happy Birthday, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt!”

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  1. 1
    Rita Says:

    happy birthday

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    passing Through Says:

    Happy Birthday, Shiloh!

    Thanks for the thread Jared!

  3. 3
    Belle Says:

    Happy Birthday to Shiloh!

  4. 4
    sandy Says:

    Happy bithday to the most precious child on the planet!!!

    Many happy returns to little princess and all the luck to the whole Family!!!

  5. 5
    sandy Says:

    Happy bithday to the most precious child on the planet!!!

    Many happy returns to little princess and all the luck to the whole Family!!!

  6. 6
    sandy Says:

    Happy bithday to the most precious child on the planet!!!

    Many happy returns to little princess and all the luck to the whole Family!!!

  7. 7
    TiaBia Says:

    Happy Birthday to cute little Shiloh!!!!

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    Xyz Says:

    Aww, she’s cute. Happy Birthday, Shiloh.

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    jess0 Says:

    Aww thank you JJ!

    Happy Birthday beautiful little Shiloh!

  10. 10
    Estelle Says:

    Joyeux Anniversaire Shiloh!!!!!

    Happy Birthday Shiloh!!! may your day be fill with balloons, sweetness, laughters and loves.

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    Ceci Says:

    Haha!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY Shiloh

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    bdj Says:

    Happy Birthday little cutie Shiloh, the big 2 and many more.. Best wishes to AJ on a healthy and happy delivery of the twins. Best wishes to the entire family. Thanks for the thread Just Jared.

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    pwee Says:

    awwww so adorable


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    Eyes Says:

    Happy Birthday Shiloh

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    julia Says:


    Thank You Jared!

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    Amelia Says:

    Happy Birthday, angel.

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    filipino fan Says:

    Happy Birthday Shiloh!!!

    Thanks Jared for the thread,

  18. 18
    Estelle Says:

    ooooopppppppssssss……..Thank you Jared for the new thread!!!!!!

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    Africa Says:

    Many happy returns to the little princess, ***
    Feliz aniversario, Shiloh

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    Milena_From_Italy Says:

    happy birthday baby!!!!

  21. 21
    Belle Says:

    Happy 2nd Birthday ,Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt!

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    Andrómeda Says:

    Happy Birthday beatiful Shi!!!

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    bdj Says:,0,5710917.column?page=1

    (Congrats to Mama Angie for two sucessful movies at Cannes. She walked (waddle) that Red Carpet. Interesting summary of Cannes. Entire article at link)

    Notes on a Season
    Cannes ‘08: It’s over, but what just happened?
    Great year to be Woody Allen, Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie. Bad year to be a pig.
    By Pete Hammond
    May 27, 2008
    In the end, it was entirely appropriate that “What Just Happened” got the last flicker of light from the projector at this year’s Festival de Cannes. It’s about a troubled movie, starring Sean Penn, that plays to a rainy Cannes within a real-life troubled movie that closes a rainy Cannes. This in a year when the fake film’s star (Penn) served as president of the official selection jury, and the real film’s star, Robert De Niro, presented the Palme d’Or — all during the wettest Cannes in years.

    It’s art imitating life imitating art and so on. For the film, which was recut after failing to sell at Sundance (in retrospect a big mistake taking it to the wrong festival in the first place), it was a re-premiere on the closing night in Cannes, and its several-minute standing ovation must have been sweet for the filmmakers, director Barry Levinson and screenwriter Art Linson, who based the film on his own autobiographical book of life in the producing trenches.

    Even though movies about Hollywood are often considered too inside for mainstream success, this one has lots of knowing laughs and some teriffic performances, including De Niro in the Linson-like role and especially Canadian actor Michael Wincott as a tantrum-throwing auteurist director. Should this film find decent distribution and a release before the end of the year, Wincott’s performance is the kind of comic gem that could draw awards attention on its own.

    So even on its final night, Cannes ‘08 continued to provide some intriguing possibilities as we move forward.

    As noted in our preview piece, “No Country for Old Men” and “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” got lots of traction last year coming out of their competition slots in Cannes ‘07. Together they went on to garner 12 nominations and four Oscars for Miramax, including best picture for “No Country.”

    This year another Miramax film opened the festival, but Fernando Meirelles’ “Blindness” did not generate the same kind of critical enthusiasm and was quickly forgotten as the competition accelerated. The film, which opens Stateside at the kickoff of awards season in September, will have to shed its shaky Cannes image quickly if it’s to have any shot in the upcoming awards races. Julianne Moore’s brave lead performance could be a contender depending on how the best actress race shapes up this year.

    One nominee in the best actress race this year is clearly Angelina Jolie for Clint Eastwood’s dark and mesmerizing “Changeling.” Even though she didn’t win a prize in Cannes, losing to one of those quirky, completely unexpected jury choices we so often see in fests (Sandra Corveloni, who plays the mother in the Brazilian youth drama “Linha de Passe”), her fierce turn as a mother who goes after a corrupt police department when her son is kidnapped is sure put her back into the Oscar hunt for the second year in a row after an Oscar nomination eluded her for 2007’s “A Mighty Heart.”

    Like “Mystic River” in 2003, Clint’s fifth competition entry and fifth loss (other than a consolation prize for, well, being Clint), the critically praised “Changeling” should win widespread awards talk and numerous Oscar nominations. One film company head (and academy member) with absolutely no corporate ties to the studio (Universal) told us, without a doubt, that a November released “Changeling” would be a major contender for picture, actress, director and many other categories.

    Complicating matters is an embarrassment of potential Oscar riches, for not only Universal, but “Changeling’s” production company, Imagine and co-producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. They also have Howard’s sensational film version of Peter Morgan’s (”The Queen”) Broadway play, “Frost/Nixon” opening December 5th and directly positioned for maximum for award impact.

    Howard could, and likely will, find himself in competition with Eastwood in the directing category. His funny, complicated and fascinating film (we’ve seen it – it’s completed but so far avoiding the fest circuit and bypassing election season) is brilliant, even matching his Oscar-winning “A Beautiful Mind.”

    Both Frank Langella as Nixon, and Michael Sheen as David Frost, the man who conducts a series of TV interviews with the former President are equally superb re-creating their Broadway and West End triumphs and both are Best Actor candidates unless the studio decides to try and squeeze one or the other into Supporting which really seems unlikely. Langella won the Lead Actor Tony for the role.

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    /// Says:

    Thanks for the new thread, Jared. I knew you wouldn’t let us down … Shiloh Nouvel really deserves a thread on her second birthday. I just hope that the haters will wait until the next page to post their disses, taunts and other negative vibes (you know they will, they are just foaming at the mouth and waiting).

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    spfxgirl Says:

    Happy Birthday Sweetheart.. Hope you had a wonderful day with all your beautiful family.


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