Zahara's hair-raising day out! Seven-year-old sports blue braids during snack run with Angelina Jolie and siblings
10:17 GMT, 12 March 2012
In a family with six children, it may be hard at times to stand out.
But Zahara Jolie-Pitt is certainly developing a personality of her own.
The seven-year-old was spotted sporting new braided hair with blue streaks as she strolled around the French Quarter of New Orleans with her moviestar mother Angelina and two of her siblings, Pax, eight, and Vivienne, three.
Hands on: Zahara was spotted with new blue braids as she strolled around the French Quarter of New Orleans with moviestar mother Angelina Jolie and siblings Pax and Vivienne
She usually wears her curly dark locks pulled back in a ponytail.
Ethiopian-born Zahara added a large red flower to her new 'do and wore a pretty pink sundress as she visited a local grocery store with her family.
Summer style: The seven-year-old added a pretty red flower to her new do and donned a light pink sundress
The little girl was last week seen walking her family's bulldog, with Maddox and Shiloh, with her tresses tied back.
Puppy love: Last week, the little girl sported curly locks as she walked her family's bulldog
Meanwhile, Pax definitely seems to be the most boisterous one of the famous brood.
The animated eight-year-old kept his mother and two sisters entertained during the day out.
Angelina held her girls' hands at Pax exercised his freedom and gesticulated and spun around as he walked.
The group were happy as they picked up candy, crisps and some newspapers before walking back home.
Dressed all in black, Angelina covered up her tiny frame in a pair of trousers and a loose fitting sweater.
Her other children, Maddox, 10, Shiloh, five and Knox, three stayed at home for the store run.
Meanwhile, their father Brad Pitt was later seen emerging from their residence in a fetching black jumpsuit. It is unknown if it was a fashion choice or donned to do some manual labour.
After their short stay, the whole brood were seen jumping onboard a private jet for their onward journey and no doubt excited about another adventure ahead.
Last night Angelina accompanied Pitt, 48, for his fundraiser in his beloved city.
Pitt fell in love with the southern town after he filmed movie Interview With A Vampire with Tom Cruise there in 1994.
Clowning around: Pax led the way with a dance as the actress held the hands of daughters Zahara and Vivienne
Jokester of the family: Pax, eight, pulled funny faces as he left the store
Worthwhile trip: The gang are in New Orleans where their father Brad Pitt is helping to rebuild the city following the devastating floods
Leisurely stroll: Angelina covered up her tiny frame with an all black ensemble
He and Jolie, 36, own their own property there in the French Quarter.
Pitt has been tireless in his aid work since Hurricane Katrina decimated the area in 2005.
'Each time I come back to New Orleans and drive over that bridge, I get this swell of joy,' Pitt told Reuters, his eyes going watery. 'It's means a lot to me to watch that neighbourhood take shape.'
Cute comfort: Vivienne was seen holding onto a comfort blanket as she stepped out with Angelina and some of her siblings
Lovely girls: Zahara had a pretty red flower in her hair while Vivienne carried her blankie – Pax pulled faces
The actor shared his feelings about the city and its recovery with a few thousand people on Saturday evening, as he and comedian Ellen DeGeneres, a New Orleans native, hosted the Make It Right Foundation's biggest fundraiser at a New Orleans hotel.
Billed as A Night to Make It Right, the star-studded, sold-out gala drew up to 1,200 guests who paid between $1,000 and $2,500 to attend a dinner.
The food was prepared by New Orleans celebrity chefs John Besh and Emeril Lagasse, and a concert featuring musical stars Rihanna, Sheryl Crow, Seal and Dr. John.
Glowing: Angelina looked gorgeous with minimal makeup and a pair of dark glasses
Delightful: The family had big smiles on their faces as they picked up candy, crisps and newspapers
Workman outfit: Brad Pitt looked fetching in a black jumpsuit as he left his French Quarter home
The lineup included Hollywood luminaries and honorary hosts Sean Penn, Spike Lee, Josh Brolin and Kevin Spacey.
Pitt estimated the events and sponsorships would raise $4 million for Make it Right, which aims to build 150 homes in the Lower Ninth Ward and has pulled in about $30 million since its founding four years ago.
Travelling again: Zahara led the way as the family climbed on board a private jet to leave New Orleans
Luxury: Angelina and Vivienne were helped on board the plane by a helper
Let's do the Time Warp: Angelina Jolie was accompanied by a very young looking Brad Pitt last night to his A Night to Make It Right event in New Orleans