Salma Hayek & Valentina: Rainy Day In Paris

Salma Hayek & Valentina: Rainy Day In Paris

Salma Hayek and her 4-year-old daughter Valentina were seen leaving Costes restaurant in Paris, France on Friday (January 20).

The actress was dressed casually and wore a leather jacket, red sweater and jeans. It was only this past Sunday that the Puss In Boots star looked gorgeous in a Gucci gown at The Golden Globes.

Hayek once shared how she and Valentina spend time together.

She said, “Well, I am a crazy mother. I actually do dress up with her and we play cards. My daughter likes to play actress, which is not very convenient because sometimes I work the whole day and I just want to go home and be me.

“I did four movies this year, and I know I have to come home and be the gardener or, I have even been a chair or a table. She loves to play different roles and she sort of a director in it, because she tells you what your name is, what is it about – you should be doing this and that. We love to dance together, we love to make little houses. I love to draw with her and she loves to read.”

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Filed under: Salma Hayek,Valentina Paloma Pinault

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  1. Anonymous

    Wonder if she is still breast feeding the kid…

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  2. Anonymous

    She can’t hold her own umbrella?

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  3. Anonymous

    She was dressed casually but she needed someone to hold her umbrella? Lame.

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  4. Whatever

    her daughter looks weird…is something wrong with her?

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  5. kate

    Valentina looks like Quasimodo from disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

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  6. Tan

    Not the cutest kid but no doubt like Rumer and the rest, she’ll inexplicably land a modelling contract before she’s 18.

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