Natalie Portman celebrates 10th anniversary with husband Benjamin Millepied

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One decade down!

Natalie Portman shared a rare Instagram tribue to her husband, Benjamin Millepied, on their 10th anniversary.

“Ten years today @benjaminmillepied,” the actress, 41, captioned a black-and-white Instagram photo Thursday. “And it keeps getting better.”

The couple held hands and smiled in the sweet snap from the “Thor: Love and Thunder” premiere in London in July.

Millepied, 45, shared a shot from the 2012 Oscars on his own Story.

“10 years today,” the dancer gushed.

The pair began dating in 2009 after meeting on the “Black Swan” set. They welcomed their son, Aleph, now 11, in June 2011, tying the knot in August of the following year in Big Sur, Calif.

Their now-5-year-old daughter, Amalia, arrived in February 2017.

While Portman and Millepied keep their kids’ lives private, the Academy Award winner did tell Entertainment Tonight last month what the little ones think of her character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Jane Foster.

“They were so excited to see me wearing a cape,” the Golden Globe winner told the outlet in July.

“[They’re] “so excited that there is an action figure [of my character] now,” she continued. “So that was really, really fun, to get to be in something that they were so excited about.”

Portman noted that she has been experiencing “reverse mom guilt” and tries hard to “impress” her children with her career milestones.

“It’s very rare that my kids are like, ‘Please go to work!’” she explained. “Usually, it’s quite the opposite.”

The “No Strings Attached” star’s “dream” is for Aleph and Amalia to find their own interests, she told Us Weekly in an October 2019 interview.

“That’s the best thing that you could hope, is for any child to have a passion for something and know it and be able to follow it so clearly,” Portman said at the time.

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