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Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied Secretly Wed

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In addition to the Oscar buzz this past weekend, rumors of whether Natalie Portman and fiancé Benjamin Millepied secretly wed were swirling all over news outlets. Well, after much speculation, US Weekly has confirmed the two did indeed tie the knot!

While walking the red carpet on Sunday, Portman and her man were spotted wearing mysterious rings, which resembled wedding bands and it seems that’s just what they were.

According to jeweler Jaime Wolf who spoke to US Weekly, “I designed the rings worn by Benjamin Millepied and Natalie Portman. They were made with recycled platinum and conflict free diamonds.”

Glad to see they are sticking with their eco-friendly ring theme. When Millepied proposed in 2010, he gave Portman an engagement ring, designed by Wolf, made from recycled platinum, an antique center stone and conflict-free pavé diamonds. Plus, we’re sure it looked fabulous with her vintage Christian Dior gown.

The vegan actress met her choreographer husband on the set of “Black Swan,” which earned her an Academy Award. The two also welcomed son Aleph in June 2010.

Still no word on where or when they married, but they sure look in love. Congrats to the happy couple!

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