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Natalie Portman is Not Married, Will be Next Month?

The Black Swan actress plans to wed Benjamin Millepied in Big Sur next month.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: July 4th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Natalie Portman is Not Married, Will be Next Month?

Natalie Portman and her fiancée, Benjamin Millepied, will finally tie the knot next month in Big Sur, California.

Previous reports claimed the couple, who have 1-year-old son-Aleph, secretly got married earlier this year, but friends state they are still engaged and have planned an August 5th wedding.

These reports should also be taken with a grain of salt, considering their source is “a friend” who spoke to In Touch magazine.

“Natalie and Ben will marry in Big Sur. It’s one of Natalie’s favorite places- whenever she needs a break from LA she goes there,” a friend told the gossip magazine.

According to the report, only 60 people have been invited and the wedding will be a very non-formal affair.

“This wedding is for their closest friends and family. It will be a very relaxed affair. They’re not sending out invites. Natalie may not even buy a new dress!” the friend continued.

Portman and Millepied met on the set of The Black Swan in 2009. The pair got engaged in December 2010, shortly before Portman gave birth to Aleph and won Best Actress for her performance in the dark ballet flick.

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