Natalie Portman the Face of Miss Dior Cherie

12/09/2010 at 02:30 PM ET

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When we learned back in June that Natalie Portman was to become the newest face of Parfums Christian Dior, we couldn’t wait to find out which of the luxury brand’s iconic fragrances she’d represent. And now, after months of speculation, we’ve learned that the classic beauty, who’s been busy promoting Black Swan and No Strings Attached, will front the Miss Dior Cherie campaign. The print ads, photographed by Tim Walker, are set to debut next March, according to WWD. The announcement comes just one day after the reopening celebration of Dior’s 57th Street boutique in N.Y.C., where the chic star was on hand to celebrate alongside Dior head designer John Galliano. Tell us: Are you excited to see Natalie’s ads for Miss Dior Cherie? –Hana Choi


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MM on

I’m not surprised at all by this – Natalie Portman is one of the great natural beauties of our time! Can’t wait to see the ads!

lynn on

she is so amazingly beautiful. Audrey Hepburn reincarnated. Plus she is super smart. She is a role model for young women. Not the Lohan or Miley.

judy on

Great choice!!!! She’s the next generation leading lady who has classic beauty just like the legends of the past.

Steph on

Wonderful! Natalie is a stunning natural beauty and the perfect role model for young women.

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denise on

LOVE her! Class act!!! Good for her!!!

aria on

She is just Stunning and a great woman!!

Vanesa on

i love her,she is a goddess!!

Sam on

I think she’s a great face for Miss Dior Cherie! She’s so classy, poised and elegant and has a natural charm. I’m looking forward to seeing the campaign in March!

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