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Natalie Portman is now wearing a wedding ring

    Natalie Portman, 2011, Rodarte
    Natalie Portman, 2011, Rodarte

    Natalie Portman is now a married woman, according to a jeweller who designed rings for the star and her partner.

    The Jerusalem-born actress sparked rumours after walking the red carpet at Sunday's Academy Awards with a ring on her finger.

    The 30-year-old, who won the Best Actress Oscar a year ago for her role in Black Swan, has not confirmed the speculation.

    But jeweller Jamie Wolf told Us Weekly magazine that the ring was indeed a wedding band, designed for the actress to match one made for her purported husband, choreographer Benjamin Millepied.

    The couple met on the set of Black Swan and have a seven-month old son called Alef.

    Ms Wolf told the magazine: "The rings were made with recycled platinum and conflict-free diamonds."

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