Natalie Portman names newborn son ‘Aleph’ after Hebrew alphabet

London: Actress Natalie Portman, who had kept the name of her newborn son under wraps until now, has finally revealed his name after three weeks of his birth.

According to Israeli TV show ‘Good Evening With Guy Pines’, Portman and her fiance Benjamin Millipied have called their three-week-old son Aleph.

The name, which can also be spelled Alef, is the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet.

Aleph, born on June 14, would also take both his parents’ surnames - Portman-Millipied, reports the Daily Mail.

The actress, whose real name is Natalie Hershlag, was born in Israel and her family is still living there.


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