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Halle Berry posts rare click of her 15-year-old daughter


This week Halle Berry shared with her more than 8 million Instagram followers a rare shot of her firstborn Nahla Ariela, her daughter with French-Canadian model and actor Gabriel Aubry. The tribute was for the girl’s 15th birthday.

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Berry posted photos of Nahla as a little girl, and one where it is noted that she has grown into a beautiful teenager, although Nahla has covered her face with a beret.

“One of the greatest gifts the universe has given me is my daughter, Nahla. She is the sun that never disappears and the moon that never wanes! Join me in wishing her a happy 15th birthday today! Love you beautiful angel,” Berry wrote.

In addition to the fans, several celebrities greeted the girl: Viola Davis, Julianne Moore, Mario Lopez, Lee Daniels, among others.

Aubry also paid tribute to her daughter on her own Instagram. He posted a photo of Nahla, where her face is also not visible, and said: “Happy birthday my beautiful little Nahla. Nothing brings more joy than seeing you become the incredible woman that you are 💜”.


Shortly after the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, to overturn the federal decision – Roe v. Wade – of abortion rights, existing since 1973, where now each state will decide whether abortion is legal or not, Halle Berry weighed in on the result, posting a justified speech amidst her outrage.

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For the actress, this decision is a big ‘bullshit’ and a ‘war’ declared on women.

Furious, the Oscar-winning star commented: “I am outraged! What the Supreme Court did is MERD*. Something has to be done! Guns have more rights than women,” she wrote, in reference to the new Supreme Court decision allowing US citizens to carry guns on the street.

“Stop this war against women and keep your laws away from our bodies. We have to ban together and NOT accept it! We can’t just post about it, we must DO SOMETHING about it.”

The actress joined in her speech to other celebrities such as Stephen King, Taylor Swift, among others.


The rules have changed a lot in Hollywood regarding the use of prop weapons on film sets since the fatal accident on the set of “Rust” in October of last year, when Alec Baldwin caused the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

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And this week there was a new scare on the set of yet another film. A bullet casing was found while filming Netflix’s new thriller “Our Man From Jersey“, starring Halle Berry and Mark Wahlberg.

The film was being filmed at Camberwell Green courthouse in south-east London, England, when part of what appeared to be a bullet from a gun was found.

According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, the production team then immediately stopped recording and the police were called to investigate the situation, so that no one was at risk.

“No one hesitated to call the police (…) Scotland Yard came, but the agents ruled out that it was a real bullet shell”.

After what happened last year, productions are much more attentive to all these details, and the use of real firearms is prohibited on any film set.

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Rita Garcia

Graduated in Communication Sciences (Mexico), crazy about cats and fascinated with the world of celebrities. She is happy to be part of Ofuxico since 2000.


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