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Natalie Portman photographed during this year's SAG Awards.

Natalie Portman says she chose a comfortable dress to wear at the 2017 SAG Awards, has not yet come up with name for second baby

30 January 2017 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Actress Natalie Portman is one of the most fashionable women when it comes to red carpet events and that did not change during this year’s SAG Awards although she pointed out that she chose a dress that was comfortable to wear as she is expecting her second baby.

The “Jackie” star said that she got really lucky in finding the white flowy gown she wore to the event. She added, "It just came off the runway last week and crazily fit. Shocking! It was very loose on the model."

The floor-length dress is from Dior and when asked about her dress and pregnancy, she said that she can get away with things that are more comfortable now and being pregnant is also an excuse to want to be comfortable. The 35-year-old actress added, “I’m sure that even subconsciously I’m inspired by Jackie, who had such an incredible style.”

Portman attended the event with her husband Benjamin Millepied . The two had their first baby in 2011 named Aleph , a son. She revealed that they have not chosen a name for their second baby yet because, “You got to meet a baby before. Gotta meet the baby and then figure it out.”

Portman won a Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2011 for her performance in “Black Swan.” She is nominated again this year for her portrayal of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in “Jackie” in the outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role category.

The actress also got a little bit political over “Jackie.” She said that she is so proud of the movie adding, "Especially at a moment that's dark in our country's history, to be celebrating art and people trying to express human emotion and be empathetic towards other people is good."

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