Hollywood Pregnancy Alert: Natalie Portman Pregnant With Second Child, Shows Off Growing Baby Bump At Venice Film Festival

By Katherine Pine, Parent Herald September 09, 03:16 am

Natalie Portman is expecting her second bundle of joy after being seen flaunting her growing baby bump at this year's Venice Film Festival. She and her husband, Benjamin Millepied, already have a five-year-old child together, their son named Aleph.

A source confirmed the pregnancy reports after the Oscar-winning actress stepped out on the red carpet at the 2016 Venice Film Festival so as to promote her new flick, "Planetarium." She wore a Dior Grecian cream one-shoulder gown that hugged her baby bump. The actress was all smiles and did not try to hide her bun in the oven, Woman's Day reported.

Onlookers said that Portman could not stop rubbing her belly at the red carpet event. This comes as a surprise to many as there have been no reports speculating that Portman was pregnant. She is not on any social media platform -- that is why no one really knew about her pregnancy as there are no photos posted by her to create the buzz that people are expecting.

Portman is also promoting her other new film, "A Tale of Love and Darkness." Directed by Portman herself as based on the book and life of Amoz Oz, the flick is a Hebrew-language film where she also plays as the mother of the main character, E! News reported.

Portman and Millepied moved to Paris in 2014 after he was appointed as the director of dance for the Paris Opera Ballet. The two met in 2010 in the set of "Dark Swan."

More on "Planetarium," she stars in the movie alongside Lily-Rose Depp. The two play American sisters who take their psychic act on the road. Depp is the medium while Portman is her manager. It is set during the 1930s in France.

Portman is yet to comment on the pregnancy reports and reveal the gender of her second child.

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