Natalie Portman’s Baby Boy Aleph Surfaces In Public For The First Time


Last month we got our first look at new mom Natalie Portman out and about in public for the first time since giving birth to her baby boy back in June and today we get our first look at the little dude himself. As you may recall, we previously learned that Natalie and fiancée Benjamin Milliepied decided to give their son the very Jewish name of Aleph but, up until now the baby has been kept underwraps. Today, tho, we get our first look at Aleph as his parents have decided to debut him to the world in Paris, France. Meet Aleph below.

Natalie Portman and her fiancé Benjamin Millepied have debuted their baby son Aleph for the very first time. The tiny tot made his first public appearance in Paris, where the couple are currently holidaying. Aleph, who was born in June, was seen being cradled in both the arms of his mother and father, as the couple went to dine with friends at Market Restaurant, the chic Jean-Georges eatery, near the Champs Elysée, yesterday. The Oscar-winning actress, 30, was seen carefully lifting her bundle of joy out of his stroller before entering the restaurant. She then bundled her bub up in a blanket to protect him from the cooler Parisian weather. The Black Swan star showed off her post-pregnancy figure in a pair of black leggings and a blue pullover. She paired the look with a socks and flats combination and kept herself under wraps with a blue Ralph Lauren baseball cap. Later in the evening, her fiancé Ben, 34, was also seen taking a tender moment with his son, cradling the newborn as he adoringly looked into his eyes. The couple have kept a low profile since the birth of Aleph in June, and Natalie has since been only pictured out and about for the first time last month, but mostly on her own.

Awww … so cute. While it’s true that Natalie and Benjamin have kept a very low profile since the birth of their son, the family can’t stay hidden forever. And, I gotta say, Paris is an amazing place to debut one’s baby. Welcome to the world, Aleph! I’m sure you will love Paris … but don’t get spoiled, not all parts of the world are as fabulous as the City of Lights ;)