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Russell Crowe’s Baby Offered Honorary Citizenship in France

Actor Russell Crowe and his wife Danielle Spencer’s second child hasn’t even been born yet, but a small French town is offering the baby honorary citizenship after hearing reports the baby was conceived there.

The Oscar-winning actor was in France filming A Good Year with Gladiator director Ridley Scott last year, and locals in Bonnieux feel sure the baby was conceived there.

And Crowe hinted the French are correct at the Golden Globe Awards ceremony last week, when he confirmed reports his wife was expecting. He said, “She’s [Danielle] due in July, so it’s a French conception.”

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The mayor of Bonnieux, a hilltop village in Southern France, was delighted by the rumors and has invited the couple to return.

He says, “It would give us great pleasure if one day, during a trip to France, they stop by Bonnieux so we can make their baby an honorary citizen.”

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