Salma hayek dating francois
They're all beautiful — tanned, taut, nipped, and tucked in that way that seems indigenous to Los Angeles. Open your mouth as wide as it will go and now make a big smile," she instructs.
And then there's Salma Hayek Pinault, who is anything but stiff. A minute later, we're gyrating our jaws in sync in two of the swankiest seats in Hollywood. The actress has a history of making up her own rules.
Pinault remarried to Salma Hayek on 14 February 2009.
The couple has been blessed with one child named, Valentina Paloma Pinault who was born on 21 September 2007.
I told him from the beginning that I wanted children and a family of my own, and that I didn't just want to date a bunch of guys — that I had already done that.
Can you believe I said all of this on the first date? RB: When he proposed after 10 months, were you surprised or did you expect it? Then we kept it a secret until he got me pregnant — which of course was another shock.
She's helped provide tetanus vaccines to 31 million at-risk children through her work for UNICEF.
And when she encountered a starving baby on one of the organization's goodwill missions to Sierra Leone almost three years ago, she didn't think twice about nursing him as the news cameras rolled.
RB: During that period when you were single, did you ever indulge in self-pity parties? SHP: To be honest, I had let myself go a little too much, because I was a little chubby then. RB: Do you think François was as surprised by you as you were by him? But I was more frightened by the idea of having to drop my life here.
That includes voicing the character of Kitty Softpaws in this month's 3-D Shrek spin-off, Puss in Boots, in addition to finishing four more movies for next year. Salma settles into her seat and opens up about her unlikely marriage to French luxury-goods mogul François-Henri Pinault, the fears and challenges she faces as a mom to her 4-year-old daughter, Valentina, and why every woman needs to shake things up — and keep 'em guessing. But I have a very romantic and adventurous spirit, and I've always believed that if you do the right thing for the right reasons, then good karma will come back to you. It still feels that way sometimes, but I don't care that much anymore! I believe that success can happen at any time and at any age. I was thinking about different options for having one if I didn't find the right man. When I tried to offer her some candy, she said that if she finished her lunch she was going to get a piece of bubble gum, and she didn't think you would like it if she had both. SHP: I liked the idea of doing a movie that Valentina could see, since there are many I've done that she is too young to see, and a few I'd probably never want her to. RB: What do you think you're doing that's made her feel so secure in her own skin?
REDBOOK: You came to the United States to go to boarding school, and then again after you had become a big star in Mexico — but were unknown here. You can put your body in shape like it's never been before. I'm a watchdog when it comes to what she can and cannot see. SHP: She has a very strong family core, and that creates a sense of security even though we move around a lot. The one time we fought, it was a big one, but she was just a baby and not in the room. You've only had one fight with François in the six years you've been together? [Hayek and Pinault met in 2006, had daughter Valentina in September 2007, split for a few months in 2008, then got back together and tied the knot on Valentine's Day 2009.] You'd be surprised how things don't have to escalate if your common goal is resolution.
François-Henri Pinault was married to Dorothée Lepère in 1996 but they did not continue their marriage relationship and they divorced in 2004.
They have two children together, a son François Pinault in 1998 and daughter Mathilde who was born in 2001.