Natalie Portman could soon be trading the Hollywood Hills for the lights of Paris in order to be with her husband Benjamin Millepied, who has taken a prestigious job offer in France.
Natalie jetted into Paris early Thursday morning as it was announced her choreographer beau would become the new director of the Paris Opera Ballet.
The 35-year-old dancer was responsible for helping his now wife becoming the Oscar-winning obsessional ballerina in Black Swan.
The pair married last August, a year after having their first son Aleph Portman-Millepied.
While the 31-year-old Academy Award winner has yet to announce the move her husband's new job is likely to keep him in Paris for some time with his predecessor Brigitte Lefevre, retiring after almost a decade in the role.
Benjamin is a former principal dancer with the New York City Ballet who left in 2011 to create his own dance company in Los Angeles, L.A. Dance Project. He will start at the Paris company in October 2014.
Clearly Natalie is very proud of her husband, flying through the night to be by his side when the announcement was made Thursday Paris time. Bonjour Paris: Natalie and Benjamin at the Oscars in Los Angeles in 2012
Bonjour Paris: Natalie and Benjamin at the Oscars in Los Angeles in 2012
Natalie dressed for comfort as she arrived without her son at Roissy airport, near Paris.
The Thor actress donned loose fitting straight legged black jeans, black sheepskin-lined snow boots and a large black pea coat.
The star accessorized the outfit with a black quilted Chanel Flap Bag and Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses.
While many actress' may shy away from leaving their Hollywood lives behind, Natalie has always tried to avoid the limelight her award-winning acting career has given her.
The mother of one even once thanked her baby for helping her stay 'un-Hollywood'.
'It feels like a protection against all the hoopla and the part that keeps you centred where your meaning is and what is actually important in the midst of shiny stuff that's superficial,' she said last year when asked about motherhood.
'I'm sure I'll make lots of mistakes, but I'm open to learning.'