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    Jake Gyllenhaal jokes about Natalie Portman’s baby

    Natalie Portman’s child will need psychological counselling after watching her ballet thriller ‘Black Swan’ according to Jake Gyllenhaal.


    Natalie Portman’s child will need therapy according to Jake Gyllenhaal.

    The 29-year-old beauty recently announced her pregnancy and engagement to ballet choreographer Benjamin Millepied and her former flame Jake joked her youngster will need counselling if ever forced to watch the actress’ psychological thriller ‘Black Swan’.

    He said: “She’s recently announced that she’s going to be a mom, and her child will probably need therapy after seeing ‘Black Swan.’”

    Jake – who recently split from country singer Taylor Swift – was presenting Natalie with the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on Saturday (08.01.11) and he used the occasion to further tease the actress, who he dated briefly in 2006.

    He told People magazine: “She is elegant, graceful, has amazing eyebrows … is talented, really short, funny, smart, dedicated, incredibly kind.

    “She’s also a vegan, which makes it really frustrating when you’re picking a place to eat.”

    However, Jake turned serious to compare Natalie – who has been nominated for a Golden Globe Best Actress award for her performance in the ballet movie – to renowned ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ star Audrey Hepburn.

    He said: “Natalie is the Audrey Hepburn of our generation.”

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