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Actress Angelina Jolie was joined by five of her six children at the West Coast Premiere of Marvel's Eternals in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theater on Monday.

Angelina stars as Athena in Eternals, about a race of aliens who lived on Earth in secret for thousands of years, who emerge to save humans from an invasion of the Deviants.

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Fans were shocked to see Angelina's 15-year-old daughter, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, 2nd from right, wearing a dress on the red carpet.

At a young age, Shiloh was celebrated by the left as proof that transgender children are born that way rather than being influenced by their environment.

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Angelina fueled speculation by saying Shiloh "likes to dress like a boy" and "wants to be a boy". Shiloh briefly referred to herself as "John Jolie-Pitt."

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"She wants to be a boy," Angelina told Vanity Fair in 2010. "So we had to cut her hair. She likes to wear boys' everything. She thinks she's one of the brothers."

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However, child experts say girls like Shiloh usually grow out of their tomboy phase to embrace their femininity -- if they aren't influenced by adults with ulterior motives.

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Shiloh, 2nd from left, is fortunate that she was raised in a loving, 2-parent household. And that her parents didn't expose her to pedophiles or people with ulterior motives. She was allowed to grow up to be a normal girl without negative outside influences.

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Meanwhile, Shiloh's sister, Zahara Jolie-Pitt, 3rd from right, rocked her mom's vintage' Oscars dress on the red carpet.

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Zahara, 16, wore the same shimmery Elie Saab Couture dress that Jolie previously wore to the 2014 Oscar Awards ceremony.

Angelina and her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, adopted Zahara in 2005 from Ethiopia.

"I have learned so much from her," Angelina said in a 2020 interview with Time magazine.

"She is my family, but she is an extraordinary African woman and her connection to her country, her continent, is her own and it's something I only stand back in awe of."