Natalie Portman, new husband and baby go on romantic Turks and Caicos holiday
The Black Swan star, Natalie Portman, and her new husband Benjamin Millepied have been enjoying their late honeymoon with their one-year-old son in the Caribbean islands of Turks and Caicos. The islands are a popular choice for romantic breaks as well as family-friendly Turks and Caicos holidays thanks to the selection of pristine beaches, nature parks and attractions.
A month after tying the knot in Big Sur, California, Hollywood actress Natalie Portman and her new husband Benjamin Millepied have been enjoying their late honeymoon in Turks and Caicos.
Joining the newlyweds on their romantic Turks and Caicos holidays was the couple’s adorable one-year-old son, Aleph.
The family were spotted happily playing together on a quiet beach in the Turks and Caicos islands before heading back to their accommodation to drop off their son with the nanny. The couple headed back to the beach to enjoy some alone time as they went sailing and body boarding.
The pair met on the set of the Hollywood film “Black Swan” where French-born choreographer Millepied played a ballet dancer alongside 31-year-old Portman and they announced their engagement and their pregnancy in December, 2010.
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They had a moonlit Jewish wedding in California in August but they had to wait for their work schedules to quieten down before they could head off on their honeymoon in Turks and Caicos.
The Turks & Caicos Islands are situated in the West Indies, north of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, and southeast of The Bahamas. The nation boasts 40 islands and cays, of which only eight are inhabited.
During romantic holidays in Turks and Caicos, couples can swim, snorkel, and scuba diving in crystal clear azure ocean waters; go island-hopping; take sunset walks along the famous Grace Bay Beach on the island of Providenciales; visit The Hole, naturally-formed limestone opening; or enjoy pampering spa treatments that are available from a an array of Turks and Caicos hotels and resorts.
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The main island of Providenciales offers a selection of luxury hotels, white sand beaches, gourmet restaurants, casinos and a vibrant nightlife, while the capital island Grand Turk is rich in history and features colonial-style buildings and ruins, a luxury cruise facility and pier, the Grand Turk Lighthouse, and plenty of museums and attractions.
The islands hosted the World Travel Awards Caribbean and The Americas Gala Ceremony this weekend at the family-friendly Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and Spa. The awards are hailed as the “Oscars” of the travel industry and regional winners will go on to battle it out at the Grand Final Ceremony in India later this year.
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