AceShowbiz - Natalie Portman doesn't seem to be fazed by cheating rumors surrounding her husband Benjamin Millepie. The "Black Swan" actress was all smiles during a solo outing in Paris, France, on Saturday, June 3.
In some pictures circulating online, the 41-year-old star was seen fully enjoying a soccer match between Paris Saint-Germain and Clermont Foot 63 at the Parc des Princes stadium. The "No Strings Attached" star was pictured laughing with other attendees and snapping pictures of the match on her phone.
For the occasion, Natalie donned a crisp white button down, jeans and a plaid blazer. She completed her look with dark shades and bold red lipstick.
In other related news, it was revealed that Natalie and Benjamin were all good just one week before his cheating scandal broke. On May 29, the couple was pictured locking lips and socializing with friends, including Natalie's "May December" director Todd Haynes, while dining at the restaurant Georges in Paris.
The star was talking with Todd while holding a glass of wine in her hands. At one point, they shared a hug, while Benjamin chatted with an unknown woman nearby.
The romantic outing took place four days before reports that the former New York City Ballet principal dancer had an affair with climate activist Camille Etienne surfaced online. Despite the infidelity, Benjamin and Natalie allegedly are still together. "It was short-lived and it is over," a source told PEOPLE of the alleged affair.
The source continued, "He knows he made an enormous mistake and he is doing all he can to get Natalie to forgive him and keep their family together. Natalie is incredibly private and has no intention of playing this out in the media. Her biggest priority is protecting her children and their privacy."
Another insider similarly revealed to Page Six that the pair have not split and are trying to work things out. "Ben is doing everything he can to get Natalie to forgive him. He loves her and their family," the source claimed. "She is incredibly private. Her biggest focus right now is protecting the kids."