Angelina Jolie has hit the red carpet with five of her children in a rare family outing.
The 46-year-old US actress attended the Los Angeles premiere of Marvel's upcoming film Eternals with her rarely seen kids in tow looking all grown up.
Maddox, 20, Zahara, 16, Shiloh, 15, Knox, 13, and Vivienne, 13, were pictured at the premiere alongside their famous mother, who stars in the Chloe Zhao-directed superhero movie which hits theatres on November 5.
Jolie's 17-year-old son Pax was not in attendance.
Jolie previously said she was drawn to star in Eternals after relating to the family dynamic of the characters in the movie.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Jolie said her own "unconventional family" helped her connect to the story.
"I just wanted to be a part of this family," she told the publication. "I have a slightly unconventional family myself, so it felt familiar."
The Maleficent actress wore a strapless, billowing brown gown for the premiere, accessorising her regal look with a gold chin cuff.
The Oscar winner shares her six children with ex-husband Brad Pitt. The pair are currently in the midst of a bitter divorce.
The former Hollywood golden couple have been engaged in a lengthy custody battle since their shocking split in 2016, following two years of marriage and more than 10 years together.
Jolie cited "irreconcilable differences" on the divorce papers and requested sole physical custody of five of their six children. Maddox is no longer a minor, meaning he isn't included in the custody battle.
Pitt and Jolie were awarded joint custody of their children back in May, which Jolie has said she intends to fight.
They were also at odds over their multimillion-dollar assets, including their $164 million French estate, Chateau Miraval, which Jolie wanted to sell.
They've since reached an agreement on selling the estate, agreeing to lift a "standard temporary restraining order" on their assets.
However, Pitt filed a new lawsuit last month, with his lawyers accusing a "vindictive" Jolie of "systematic obstruction" for allegedly attempting to cut Pitt out of a deal to sell her shares of the estate.