The "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" star also was asked about how she's dealt with criticism and judgment in her life. And it looks like her children have helped her with this too.
"I don't think I've ever been without criticism or judgment," Jolie recalled, adding that she was "a bit odd" and "different" growing up. "I was never one of the popular, regular and I kind of never wanted to be. So it was okay. I never sought really approval, maybe because I have a strong mother who loved me and so I didn't feel like I wasn't okay."
"I'm self-critical," she continued. "I'm really hard on myself that I don't do enough and I wonder if I'm being a good enough mom or if I'm being a good enough person if I'm doing enough, but I do know that when I put my head on the pillow at night, I know who I am inside and I know I am a good person."
"And really my kids," she concluded. "They'd just tell you I'm silly. That tells me everything I need to know. When they have a problem they come to me, they think I'm funny and I tend to be the one who goes and gets the band-aids, so that's all I need to know about me."