Halle’s Baby Will Speak French

YAY! Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry’s baby girl, who was born on Sunday will speak French. That’s what new delighted aunt Eugenie Aubry (Gabriel’s sister) reveals to PEOPLE. With most of Daddy’s family living in Quebec (French part of Canada), Halle has been practicing her language skills so she could speak to the little one. Says Eugenie, “I’m a Quebecer, and it’s great that she is learning how to speak French,” Eugenie says. “I’m glad that the little one will speak French, too.”

I think it’s a really good thing when parents can speak different languages and teach them to their kids. It’s very important nowadays to be able to speak as many languages as you can.

The Aubry family is planning a welcome party in Montreal for its newest member. Grandpa Gérard Aubry is very happy with the arrival of the baby.

Source: People

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  1. LISA SMITH

    WHERE ARE THEY GOING TO LIVE IN NEW YORK WHERE HE HAS A RESTAURANT ? OR IN QUEBEC WHERE HIS FAMILY IS FROM…

    WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME WE SAW MR AUBRY WITH HIS FAMILY..
    WHERE WERE THEY WHEN HE OPENED HIS RESTAURANT…

    NOW THE BABY IS GOING TO LEARN FRENCH? WHY NOT HAVE THE
    AUBRY FAMILY LEARN ENGLISH?

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  2. Carrie

    Easy with the CAPS there, Lisa…

    Has anyone heard the name she supposedly chose for the baby?? Clara Stella Berry-Aubry. Meh.

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  3. DropThePilot

    Why don’t they want the baby to be bilingual and speak French AND English? That would be totally fine if her hubby spoke French to the girl and Halle herself spoke English. I’d definitely choose this option if I were her.

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  4. Eva_baby

    The name is being reported as Nahla Ariela Aubry

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  5. Dea

    Bilingual or multilingual languages are definitely advantageous for kids as they learn faster. My hubby speaks English, I speak Bahasa (Indonesian) to my son since we live in Shanghai, he also got to learn Chinese. Definitely an advantage.

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  6. The child will automatically learn English growing up here in the US.

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