Angelina Jolie honoured by King of Cambodia

Angelina Jolie has been honoured by the King of Cambodia Norodom Sihamoni as she visited the country for the premiere of her film "First They Killed My Father".

The Hollywood actress was accompanied by her six children as she greeted King Norodom Sihamoni of Cambodia at the opening ceremony of the memoir based movie, which chronicles the horrors of the Khmer Rouge on Saturday 18 February, 2017.



Angelina Jolie and her children listen to Cambodian national anthem during the the premiere of Jolie's new film 'First They Killed My Father'  image source : AFP/Getty Images


Wearing a full-length, backless, pink chiffon gown, the 41-year-old bowed before the King as she accepted the honour from his highness.

Survivors of the communist regime were among some 1,500 people invited to the debut screening.

The family were also invited to the royal residence in the country's Siem Reap province for a private audience with the King.

Angelina Jolie (2nd-R), meets Cambodian former queen Monique (2nd-L) as Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni (1st-L) looks on during the premiere of Jolie's new film 'First They Killed My Father' at the Elephant Terrace inside the Angkor park in Siem Reap
image source : AFP/Getty Images

Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni (L) presents Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (R) with a bouquet of flowers
Source : AFP/Getty Images



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