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Natalie Portman Credits Great Skin to Vegan Diet

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In the heels of the great queen B announcing her glorious return to veganism, another A lister is making a much quieter return to the healthy diet.

In a nonchalant comment, Natalie Portman recently mentioned in an interview the reason behind her flawless complexion is her vegan diet.

“I’m vegan, and I drink a lot of water. If I have dairy, I immediately break out,” she said of how she keeps the French all-natural, minimal makeup look now that her and her family live in France.

She also added that as France gets more vegan friendly, staying away from butter croissants is not a struggle.

Portman announced she had given up her vegan ways in 2011 while she was pregnant and kept craving baked goods made with butter and eggs. Since then she did have a vegan wedding but hadn’t made any formal announcements saying she had become vegan again.

I guess not everyone has quite the same flare as Beyonce for that kind of thing.

Via VegNews

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