St. Angie’s Kids Speak More Languages Than A Benetton Ad

June 18, 2016 / Posted by:

Praise be! What a glorious day! For today we have word from the holiest of holy places! No, Moses has not come with ten more commandments. And no, Jesus has not sent us a message with his actual re-arrival date. No, something much more holy. St. Angie has blessed us with talk about the educational developments of her disciples and/or children. To get a glimpse into their golden minds is nothing short of a miracle.

The saint of saints decided to grace BBC Radio 4’s show Woman’s Hour with her divine presence and she let us mere mortals know what’s up with her child army. If you didn’t think they were planning total world domination, you will now (via UsWeekly):

All the kids are learning different languages. I asked them what languages they wanted to learn and Shi is learning Khmai, which is the Cambodian language, Pax is focusing on Vietnamese, Mad has taken to German and Russian, Z is speaking French, Vivienne really wanted to learn Arabic, and Knox is learning sign language.

Sign. Language. Sign language! That is commitment to covering all the bases and making sure that at least one kid speaks the language of whatever country they decide to take next. But you know when the kids all presented their dossiers on what language they’d like to learn the others were pissed when Knox went last and pulled that move. I think we can also be pretty sure that Zahara shot him her classic side eye and gave him a sign that is universally understood, deaf or not – the middle finger.

Here’s St. Angie arriving in NYC with Knox, Maddox and her brother with whom she has a totally normal family relationship, James Haven:

Pics: Wenn, Splash

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