Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied Divorce after 11-year marriage.

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The Oscar-winning actress and choreographer have ended their marriage.

In the glitzy world of Hollywood, where every move is scrutinized and dissected by eager fans and tabloids alike, it’s rare to see a celebrity couple handle their personal matters with such discretion. However, Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied have managed to do just that, quietly finalizing their divorce after quietly separating last year.

The news of their divorce comes as a surprise to many, considering the couple’s relatively low-key approach to their relationship over the years. They first met on the set of the acclaimed film “Black Swan,” where Millepied provided choreography. Their on-screen collaboration blossomed into a real-life romance, culminating in marriage on August 4, 2012.

Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied Divorce after 11-year marriage.
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During their time together, Portman and Millepied welcomed two children into the world: son Aleph, who is now 12, and daughter Amalia, who is 7 years old. Their family life seemed idyllic, with occasional glimpses into their world shared sparingly with the public.

However, behind the scenes, cracks began to appear, leading to their quiet separation last year. Portman quietly filed for divorce from Millepied eight months ago, and the proceedings were finalized just last month in France, where they reside.

What’s striking about this dissolution is the lack of public spectacle. Neither Portman nor Millepied addressed the divorce publicly, choosing instead to handle their personal matters with dignity and grace. This discretion is a testament to their commitment to prioritizing their family’s privacy above all else.

Despite the end of their marriage, both Portman and Millepied remain dedicated to their respective careers. Portman, one of Hollywood’s top actresses, continues to dazzle audiences with her performances. Currently filming “Fountain of Youth” directed by Guy Ritchie and set to star in the limited TV series “Lady in the Lake,” she shows no signs of slowing down.

Meanwhile, Millepied has been making waves in the world of choreography and filmmaking. He recently made his feature-length directorial debut with “Carmen” in 2022 and is currently working as the choreographer on “Dune: Part Two.”

As they navigate this new chapter in their lives, Portman and Millepied can take solace in the love and support of their children and the memories of the life they built together. While their marriage may have come to an end, their commitment to co-parenting and mutual respect endures, proving that even in the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, some things remain sacred and private.

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