Halle Berry crushes split reports as she talks about life with her 'delicious' husband Olivier Martinez

Halle Berry is still very much in love. After months of speculation about her marriage to Olivier Martinez, the actress let the world know she's happier than ever as she praised her "delicious" husband in an interview this week.

While speaking to US TV show Extra, Halle touched upon Olivier's recurring role as a ruthless media magnate in TV show Revenge. "I'm going to follow his little arc along," she said with a smile. "I'm very proud of him… I think he's delicious."

The Oscar winner, 47, also opened up on family life with Olivier, daughter Nahla, five, and son Maceo, five months.

Halle said she was "very proud" of her "delicious" husband Olivier

"I just feel great because I have another baby. I never thought at my stage of life another baby — and a baby boy — was coming to me. So yeah, I'm blessed," she said, as she explained how she is juggling motherhood with her new job shooting the TV series Extant.

"What I'm learning to do, trying to right now, is find the balance…," she said. "My baby is always with me on set. I bring my daughter after school. I have a nursery there, a playroom for her, so I try to make it as nice as I can for them to spend time with them, see them."

And it seems that little Nahla has really taken to her role as a big sister since the arrival of Maceo in October.

"It's like one of her doll babies came alive," Halle revealed. "She gets to take care of him, feed him, change his diapers, play with him, dress him up in different clothes like five times a day because she can, so she loves it!"

Halle and Olivier married last summer

The actress sat down with Extra to talk about her starring role in the psychological drama Frankie and Alice.

"If someone had told me that we're going to do a movie about a black woman (with multiple personalities) who has a white racist living inside her, and a little child who's a genius living inside her, I would have thought that's just a made-up story," she said.

"But because it was real, that gave it a gravitas that to me was, 'Wow, this is real, people should know about this.'"
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