Natalie Portman Ties the Knot in Small Jewish Ceremony

Oscar winning actress marries ‘Black Swan’ choreographer in California town of Big Sur, People magazine reports.

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She’s a bride! Natalie Portman got married on Saturday night to her fiancé of two years, French dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied, in a small Jewish ceremony in the California resort town of Big Sur, People magazine reported.

The Oscar winner and her new hubbie were surrounded by family and friends, including Ivanka Trump.

The pair, who have been engaged for two years, exchanged vows after dark in a Jewish ceremony at a private home.

Portman, 31, met Millepied, 35, in 2009 on the set of “Black Swan,” where he worked as a choreographer.

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Benjamin Millepied and Natalie Portman attend the New York City Ballet's Spring Gala in New York, May 10, 2012.Credit: AP

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