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Halle Berry, Olivier Martinez marry in France

Halle Berry, Olivier Martinez marry in France

Halle Berry and French Olivier Martinez were married over the weekend. Photo: Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Actress Halle Berry and French actor Olivier Martinez were married over the weekend in France, her representative said on Sunday.

Berry, 46, a best actress Oscar winner for the 2001 film “Monster’s Ball,” is pregnant with the couple’s child due this fall. They announced their engagement early last year.

Berry and Martinez, 47, who starred in “Unfaithful” and “Dark Tide,” the latter co-starring with Berry, married on Saturday at a chateau in Vallery, France, attended by friends and family members.

It is the third marriage for Berry, who is divorced from baseball player David Justice and singer Eric Benet and has a daughter with Gabriel Aubry. Martinez has never previously married and was once romantically linked to singer Kylie Minogue.

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