<p><span></span><a href="http://dynamic.bauerpublishing.com/mt-search.fcgi?blog_id=2&tag=angelina jolie&limit=20&IncludeBlogs=2"><strong>Angelina Jolie</strong></a> was beaming as she and three of her kids shopped at the Studio City Farmers Market in LA on Jan. 22, but fellow shoppers couldn't help but notice daughter <a href="http://dynamic.bauerpublishing.com/mt-search.fcgi?blog_id=2&tag=shiloh jolie pitt&limit=20&IncludeBlogs=2"><strong>Shiloh</strong></a>'s new shorter-than-ever haircut.</p>
In fact, one onlooker even mistook the adorable little girl for one of the Jolie-Pitt boys. "It was very chaotic," Lynda Stenhouse, who was at the market, tells Life & Style. "She rushed by my section, but I did notice her skinny white legs and the commotion of the boys."
Now, in the new issue of Life & Style, sources reveal that while the proud parents encourage their little girl to be independent, Brad is concerned about the scrutiny to which Shiloh is being subjected.
"It would crush Brad if one of his kids was picked on," says a friend of Angie's. And there's reason for the parents to be on edge over Shiloh, caution experts. "This is a culture where kids get picked on if they don't look like other kids," points out psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert. "Shiloh's already different -- being the daughter of superstars -- and she may already feel ostracized because of that."
And while Brad, like any dad, is going to worry, he also knows he can't change his little girl. "I want [my kids] to explore that innocence as long as possible and find out what's really interesting to them," he confides. "I just don't want to encumber them in any way."
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