Quentin Tarantino and Daniela Pick expecting first child

Tarantino and the Israeli model will soon expand their family from two to three.

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August 22, 2019 11:08
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72nd Cannes Film Festival - After the screening of the film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" in compe

72nd Cannes Film Festival - After the screening of the film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" in competition - Red Carpet - Cannes, France, May 21, 2019. Director Quentin Tarantino poses with his wife Daniella Pick. (photo credit: REGIS DUVIGNAU/REUTERS)

Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick are expecting their first baby together.

The news was first reported by Israeli journalist Gil Mishali.


Pick, 35, married Tarantino, 56, in the US last November and have been traveling all over the world to promote Tarantino's latest film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." They met in Israel 10 years ago, when he was promoting Inglourious Basterds.

Pick and Tarantino got engaged in July 2017 and were married a little over a year later in Beverly Hills. Just one month after their wedding, the couple visited Israel, Pick's country of origin.

Pick often returns to Israel for modeling work and recently shot a promo for the Jerusalem Film Festival, which will open at the Jerusalem Cinematheque on July 25, advertising their new student pass. “It was fun to do something different,” she told Pnai Plus in June.

In addition to her modeling work, Pick comes to Israel to rest and see family. “Quentin also comes with me almost every time I fly to Israel and goes out when we’re here a lot," she said. "For us, we have two houses, one here and one there, and we divide our time between them equally. Quentin loves Israel a lot, the warmth of the people and the kind words people say to us on the street. A lot of people wish us ‘Mazal Tov’ and that is very moving and nice. He enjoys our neighborhood and it’s really charming. Our house has a feeling that’s rustic and sweet.”


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