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Wednesday 30 July 2014

Natalie Portman 'puts career on hold'

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman is apparently taking more time off to be with her son.

The Oscar-winning actress has been away from the limelight over the past year, since giving birth to her first child, Aleph, in June 2011.

Although there were rumours Natalie could be attached to several new films, insiders are now claiming she is putting her career return on hold for a bit longer.

"Natalie is being super choosy about her projects and taking more time off from acting," a source told Us Weekly.

The 31-year-old star has embraced motherhood and loves nothing more than spending time with Aleph and her husband Benjamin Millepied.

"She has this glow about her these days," says the source. "There's been a change in her since the little man arrived. She and Benjamin are so content."

Natalie and Benjamin got married in an intimate ceremony in California last month.

They recently spent five days in Turks and Caicos, where they enjoyed a "very romantic" belated honeymoon.

Natalie met choreographer Benjamin on the set of Black Swan in 2009.

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