Entertainment PHOTO Marion Cotillard posts a snapshot of her as a child, Internet users conquered
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Marion Cotillard celebrated her 45th birthday on September 30th. It is clear that time has no hold on the actress who, to thank her fans, shared with them a tender memory of her youth.
We no longer introduce Marion Cotillard. Over the years, the actress has made a name for herself in the world of cinema and has not been content to shine in the Hexagon. We could notably see her in Big Fish by Tim Burton in 2003 but also in Public Enemies alongside Johnny Depp and Christian Bale, in the excellent Inception by Christopher Nolan in whichand more recently in Robert Zemeckis' Allies. Both foreign and French directors know her well and salute her talent, but if there is one that has her attention more than another, it is indeed Guillaume Canet. It must be said that for more than 13 years now and that together, they founded the beautiful family that they form with . Aware of the talent of his partner, Guillaume Canet has called on her several times for the needs of her achievements. This was notably the case for Les petits mouchoirs, Blood Ties, Rock'n'Roll and We will end up together while awaiting the release next year of Asterix and Obelix: the Middle Empire .
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Marion Cotillard reveals herself as a little girl
Marion Cotillard is therefore far from being able to be ashamed of the career she has forged on the big screen in a few decades. Enough to command respect from his fans who never stop singing his praises on social networks. Suffice to say that they are not about to miss the birthdays of their idol, who celebrated, on September 30, his 45th birthday .
If she didn't say a word about this special occasion, Marion Cotillard broke the silence on Tuesday, October 20 by offering them a rather rare gift from her: a snapshot of her as a child. We thus discoverlittle girl, at the beach, the face embarrassed by her brown hair cut to the square. If the is difficult to recognize Marion Cotillard, the latter kept the same beautiful blue eyes that are part of its reputation today. Internet users did not wait long before making their remarks: "Continue to be what you are", "I have always found you very beautiful and natural since your beginnings", "Too cute", "Big baby is going" can we read. Words that must have warmed the heart of the main interested party.
A post shared by @ marioncotillard on Oct 20, 2020 at 7:05 am PDT
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