- Charlize Theron recently posted a sweet moment with one of her daughters on social media
- Charlize let one of her daughters do her makeup and the look she gave her mom was fabulous
- Mzansi export celeb let all the makeup artists out there know that her daughter is coming for them
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Charlize Theron has made the decision to keep her daughters mostly out of the public eye. She recently posted a sweet moment with one of her girls on social media, something we don’t see very often.
Being a family filled with girls, Charlize and one of her daughters had a little pamper party. Charlize let one of her daughters do her makeup and the look she gave her mom was fabulous.
Charlize let all the makeup artists out there know that her daughter is coming for them. Charlize is a dedicated momma who loves her girls more than anything!
“To every makeup artist out there..... watch out, you’ve got competition!”
Charlize made the choice to not have her own biological children but to adopt two precious angels named August and Jackson. She is a single mother and there is nothing she wouldn’t do for her girls.
Charlize Theron is a familiar face in the film industry. She is one of the most talented, versatile and gorgeous actresses in Hollywood. She is popular due to her leading roles in movies such as Mad Max: Road to Fury, Gringo and Snow White and the Huntsman. Her impressive acting skills and performances have made her one of the leading ladies to reckon with within the film industry.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Charlize Theron took to social media to announce that she launched full four-year scholarships for South African students. The famous Mzansi actress is doing her bit to help Mzansi students who are going to university next year.
The award-winning celeb, who keeps waving the South African flag high internationally, shared that through the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project (CTAOP) she hopes to make a difference in the fight against HIV in Mzansi.
She said CTAOP has partnered with Dior to help young South Africans become the leaders of tomorrow. She revealed that her foundation and Dior would provide full four-year scholarships for the new group of CTAOP Youth Leaders Scholars who will begin their university journeys in 2021.
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