Oscar-winner French actress Marion Cotillard and actor-director Guillaume Canet have welcomed their first child, a boy named Marcel.
The child was born in Paris on Thursday night. Mother and baby are fine, a source told People.
Cotillard, 35, won an Academy Award in 2008 for her role as French singing legend Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in Nine in 2010.
Cotillard's boyfriend Guillaume Canet is a actor-director. They met in 2003 while filming Love Me If You Dare. They started dating in 2007 after Canet’s marriage to actress Diane Kruger fizzled.
They haven't disclosed any plans concerning marriage, a source told People after her pregnancy announcement in January.
Cotillard regularly talks about her good family life in interviews. Because my parents loved us, I couldn’t dream of a better family, better brothers, better mother and father. But there was something, I don’t know, something dark, really dark about me, Cotillard said in an interview with the UK Telegraph.