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Saturday, 8 October 2011

Halle Berry's adorable daughter bonds with mother's new lover Olivier Martinez as her biological father Gabriel 'demands nanny custody restriction be dropped'

Halle Berry's adorable daughter bonds with Olivier Martinez as her father 'demands custody restriction be dropped' 
8th October 2011
Halle Berry's adorable daughter Nahla was at the centre of wrangling between her parents again today, but happily the three-year-old was blissfully unaware.
Instead, she enjoyed a walk in Palma, Mallorca with her mother's partner, Olivier Martinez, 45.
Halle, also 45 , is busy shooting her new film Cloud Atlas on the Spanish island, but before the Academy Award actress left she struck an agreement over custody with with Nahla's father, Gabriel Aubry, 35.

Bonding: Olivier Martinez accompanies Nahla on a stroll in Palma today 
According to TMZ, one of the conditions is that when Gabriel has the child, a nanny has to be present.
'We’re told Gabriel is now unhappy with the deal he struck, and wants the judge to remove the nanny clause,' TMZ reported.
So unhappy, in fact, that he headed to court this morning to have it overturned, according to the website.
Gabriel's lawyer, Gary Fishbein, argued his case in LA, while Halle's lawyer, Neal Hersh, countered.
A decision is expected shortly.

Halle, Olivier and Nahla seem to having a lovely time in Europe, although Berry broke her foot while chasing a goat.
According to America's People magazine, Halle was at her villa in Majorica on September 21st when she spotted Nahla getting into some trouble on the rocky terrain as she hotfooted it after a goat.
Rescue Blues: Halle broke her foot while trying to keep Nahla safe, according to a US report
Concerned her little girl was going to hurt herself, Halle began chasing her in a bid to stop any injuries from occurring.
However, her desperation to keep Nahla safe meant Halle wasn't aware of her own footing, meaning she ended up stumbling over a rock and breaking her foot.
Halle was later seen being wheeled out of a local hospital with her leg in a cast.
In an official statement, Warner Bros, who are producing Cloud Atlas, explained the accident by saying: 'Halle Berry suffered a foot injury today while walking in Mallorca on a day off from filming Cloud Atlas.
'Production has adjusted their schedule and will continue filming.'
Halle has apparently been told to stay off the foot for three weeks to allow it time to heal.
Halle is among an ensemble cast starring in the big-screen adaptation of David Mitchell's novel Cloud Atlas - a collection of six different stories set between the 19th century to the post-apocalyptic future.
She plays journalist Luisa Rey who investigates reports of corruption and murder at a nuclear power plant.
A host of A-listers are taking part, including Tom Hanks, Susan Sarandon, Hugo Weaving and Hugh Grant.

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