Harper’s Bazaar featured the beautiful Angelina Jolie, alongside three cheetahs, on the cover of a special edition for their 150th anniversary. The cheetahs on the cover with the actress are three orphaned rescues, that she has been sponsoring since they were cubs, reports JustJared.com. “For me, Namibia represents not only ties of family and friendship but also the effort to the balance between humans and the environment so crucial to our future,” said Angelina, while talking about what Namibia means to her, to Harper’s Bazaar.
She also spoke about how environment and women’s rights are related. “Women make up most of the world’s poor…when the environment is damaged — for example when fishing stocks are destroyed, wildlife is killed by poachers, or tropical forests are bulldozed — it deepens their poverty,” she said. Talking about her life experiences, the Maleficent actress said, “If my life experience has taught me anything, it is only what you stand for, and what you choose to stand against, that defines you. As the San people say: you are never lost if you can see your path to the horizon.”