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Charlize Theron: Keeping Nelson Mandela in My Thoughts!

Charlize Theron: Keeping Nelson Mandela in My Thoughts!

Charlize Theron shows off her toned arms while feeding the parking meter on Saturday (June 29) in Los Angeles.

The 37-year-old actress was seen carrying her adorable son Jackson while grabbing a cup of coffee at Coffee Bean.

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“Keeping Madiba in my thoughts. #NelsonMandela #Hero,” Charlize tweeted earlier in the day about the former South African president.

Nelson Mandela is currently in critical condition while battling a lung infection.

The day before, Charlize was trendy chic while doing some shopping alone at high-end baby boutique Bel Bambini in West Hollywood.

FYI: Charlize is wearing a Whetherly top with Level 99 jeans. Jackson is wearing a Grass & Clovers tee shirt.

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8 Responses to “Charlize Theron: Keeping Nelson Mandela in My Thoughts!”

  1. 1
    Coast To Coast Says:

    Who?

  2. 2
    Ugonna Wosu Says:

    LOVE the outfit!

  3. 3
    HoEsa Says:

    @Coast To Coast: @Coast To Coast: Nelson Mandela you idiot OMG seriously but I bet you can name all the kardashian whores

  4. 4
    amanda Says:

    jesus christ…are you for real?

  5. 5
    A Says:

    She’s a pretty butch.

  6. 6
    McLOVIN Says:

    HoEsa at no.3; Get real, the Kardashians are the rotten fruits of today’s neo marxist Nelson Mandela culture. Which had so infuriated Charlize Theron’s daddy, before her mother shot him dead with a 22 long rifle.

  7. 7
    anon Says:

    Glad her hair is growing out. I loved the stills of her and her co-stars of the current movie she’s filming. They had to add super long hair extensions!

    South Africans better start getting use to Madiba not being around. It’s inevitable. I feel he is the emotional glue holding that nation together. The leaders who have come after him are not like Mandela. And that’s what’s making some people nervous.

    Oh and Dior, please make new J’Adore ads. I’m tired of the old ones especially to last with the images of Grace Kelly, Marilyn and…I forget the other one but that commercial was creepy.,

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    McLOVIN Says:

    Anon at no.7; The new leaders of South African are the fruits of Mandela’s hidden agenda. Face it pal, nobody likes white people.

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