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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Halle's husband 'pushing for move'

Published 30/03/2014

Halle Berry
Halle Berry

Halle Berry's spouse Olivier Martinez is said to be eager for them to relocate to Paris.

The 47-year-old actress tied the knot with French actor Olivier Martinez last July after they met in 2010 filming their movie Dark Tide. Halle gave birth to their son Maceo in October and the couple currently reside in Los Angeles.

Following their new arrival the pair are said to be disagreeing about their living arrangements. The 48-year-old actor reportedly wants to relocate to his home country as he is uncomfortable where they are based at the moment.

"Olivier's told Halle he's tired of LA and wants to move back to France. He wants her to follow him and for them to start a new life in Paris," a source told British magazine Closer. "They've already been having problems because of their hectic work schedules and it's causing a huge amount of tension."

Halle also has six-year-old daughter Nahla with her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry, who she began dating in 2005 and split from the same year she met Olivier.

This situation is reportedly stopping her and her spouse from moving abroad as Halle has allegedly been denied permission to relocate with the little girl.

"Olivier has been getting frustrated and would rather not wait so long. They are both very passionate people and this has become a big issue," the source added.

Last year Halle revealed she wants to wait until Nahla is 18 to up sticks to France. She wants her daughter to be independent and choose her own path rather than making her movie.

"It probably won't be until my daughter is 18 and off to college [when I move to France]," she previously told Hello! magazine.

"When Nahla turns 18, she'll be legally able to make her own decisions about where she wants to be and I think that then, when she's off on her own, we'll move there. It's where I want to end my days, that's for sure."

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