French actress Marion Cotillard welcomes second child

March 7 (UPI) -- Marion Cotillard shocked fans Monday by debuting much fuller lips on Instagram. The 41-year-old French actress drew comparisons to American star Angelina Jolie after sharing a series of photos of her makeover for the movie Rock'n Roll. "...Rock'n'roll #rocknrolllefilm @guillaumecanetofficiel," she captioned one album. Cotillard's rep later told People the pictures represent the star's "look towards the end of the film." The magazine was among those to deem the actress "unrecognizable," while fans sounded off on social media. "Looks like Angelina. I like Marion better," one person wrote on Instagram. "Thank god those lips are just makeup. You are a beauty without that!" another added. Cotillard and her partner, Guillaume Canet, will star in Rock'n Roll, which is slated to have its U.S. premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. She recently appeared in the movie Allied with Jolie's estranged husband, Brad Pitt. "I didn't take it personally because I had nothing to do with these rumors or situation," the actress said on Today in November of reports she and the actor had an affair on set. "It was a wonderful, wonderful experience working with such a visionary director and an amazing actor, so that's all that matters," she added of director Robert Zemeckis and Pitt. Cotillard will also star in Ismael's Ghosts with Charlotte Gainsbourg. Jolie, who split from Pitt in September after two years of marriage and 10 years together, recently told the BBC the breakup was "a very difficult time."

March 17 (UPI) — Marion Cotillard has welcomed her second child, a baby girl, with Guillaume Canet.

The 41-year-old French actress’ rep confirmed Thursday to People that Cotillard recently welcomed a daughter with the 43-year-old actor.

Cotillard and Canet are longtime friends who started dating in 2007. The couple are already parents to 5-year-old son Marcel, and announced they were expecting again in September while dispelling rumors of an affair between Cotillard and “Allied” co-star Brad Pitt.

“Firstly, many years ago, I met the man of my life, father of our son and of the baby we are expecting. He is my love, my best friend, the only one that I need,” the star said at the time.

Cotillard and Pitt played married spies in “Allied,” which opened in theaters in November. The actress told Buro 24/7 in 2015 that motherhood has changed her approach to her career.

“Usually when I work I’m totally dedicated and even if I’m partly myself when I leave the set, there’s something that I bring home with me. It has changed. I cannot bring any[thing] home with me because my son would freak out,” she said.

“I’m totally separating my life as an actress [from a mom]. It’s not that difficult,” the star added.

Cotillard drew comparisons to Pitt’s estranged wife, Angelina Jolie, after debuting a new look for the movie “Rock’n Roll” this month. She will also star in “Ismael’s Ghosts” with Charlotte Gainsbourg.

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