What's the Buzz? These Celebrities Are Part-Time Bee Keepers!
You won't bee-lieve which celebrities are buzzing around the honeycomb
While Jolie isn't a bee keeper herself, she is the godmother of UNESCO and Guerlain's Women for Bees program, and went to meet with members of the program's first class at l'Observatoire Français d'Apidologie (OFA) for their graduation.
Is there anything Jennifer Garner can't do? As the co-founder of Once Upon a Farm baby food, the mom-of-three was inspired by her kids to start keeping bees. "We had a book about beekeeping and then my daughter just got really into it," the actress told Jimmy Kimmel. "I thought, 'Why can't we have bees?' Bees are in trouble. Everyone should have a hive of bees."
Flea of The Red Hot Chili Peppers
The bassist for The Red Hot Chili Peppers started his own apiary in 2015 in an effort to help revive the honey bee population.
The man with a voice as smooth as honey is a fan of making his own! The actor converted his 124-acre Mississippi ranch into a bee sanctuary in 2014.
Johansson was reportedly gifted a hive from Samuel L. Jackson back in 2009. "Scarlett was always talking about how the bees were dying and the planet was going to die," her Avengers costar said.
Jon Bon Jovi
It's my hiiiiiiiive, it's now or never! The rocker reportedly keeps bees on his New Jersey farm.
Holy moly, that's a lot of bees! The head of the Catholic church was gifted eight beehives (that's more than 500,000 bees) that he keeps at the pontifical farm of Castel Gandolfo.
Beyhive, stand up! The singer told Harper's Bazaar in August that she discovered natural healing methods to share with her whole family during quarantine.
"I found healing properties in honey that benefit me and my children. And now I'm building a hemp and a honey farm," she told the outlet. "I've even got hives on my roof!"