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Marion Cotillard smells the flowers in Christian Dior's garden for new campaign

Published 26/10/2016

Marion Cotillard
Marion Cotillard

The actress' new Allied film poster has sparked fresh gossip about her chemistry with co-star Brad Pitt.

Marion Cotillard has brought the latest Christian Dior campaign home by posing in garden of the French fashion designer's pad.

The pregnant actress, who has been a Dior brand ambassador since 2008, fronts the new Lady Dior campaign, and the first images have just hit the Internet.

The 41-year-old Allied star was photographed sporting items from the fashion house's 2017 cruise collection by Craig McDean in the garden at Dior's childhood home in Granville, France.

The photos aren't the only online images stirring up interest in the Inception star - the poster for her new war movie Allied has just been unveiled and in it, she leans in to kiss co-star Brad Pitt.

Marion felt compelled to release a statement last month (Sep16) after she was caught up in Pitt's marriage split from Angelina Jolie.

Gossips suggested a rumoured affair between the French star and her castmate had torpedoed his marriage. It has since emerged that Pitt's parenting style had led to the break-up.

Cotillard insisted there was no truth to the affair rumours and revealed she was expecting her second child with her longtime boyfriend Guillaume Canet, who she called "the man of my life, father of our son and of the baby we are expecting".

She also dismissed reports suggesting she was "devastated" by the divorce news, but wrote: "I do very much wish that Angelina and Brad, both whom (sic) I deeply respect, will find peace in this very tumultuous moment."

Brad and Marion play husband and wife in the upcoming movie, set against the backdrop of World War Two.

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