Natalie Portman is worried about her diet in Paris, France, as there aren't many places which serve vegan food.
Natalie Portman is worried about her diet in Paris.
The 32-year-old star is relocating to the French capital with her family - which includes husband Benjamin Millepied and their two-year-old son, Aleph - and is worried about the availability of vegan food in the European hot spot.
She said: ''I've been vegetarian since I was nine and vegan on and off. At the moment we live in Loa Angeles near Thai Town so we eat a lot of good vegan Thai food and there are also great pasta places nearby - a good pasta is probably my favourite dish. Paris is getting better for vegans - you can get anything there if you know where to look.''
The brunette beauty is looking forward to the move as it's everyone's ''dream'' to live in Paris.
Quizzed on whether she is moving to city, she told HELLO! magazine: ''Yes and we're very excited. My husband has made me director of dance at the Paris Opera Ballet and starts next year. I love Paris.
''I've worked there for a few months at a time, but neither of us ever lived there before - my husband is from Bordeaux. It's everyone's dream to live in Paris at least for a while, so there is a wonderful opportunity for us.''
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