With their transatlantic romance, they are rarely seen together in public. But with Uma Thurman only a few weeks away from giving birth, her boyfriend Arpad 'Arki' Busson has been taking care of his expectant partner. The 49-year-old financier was spotted treating the heavily pregnant actress, 42, to chocolate at Godiva in Midtown Manhattan yesterday.
Walking into the store holding hands with Arpad, it looked like Uma was feeling weary.
It was revealed last week that the Kill Bill star's baby shower took place on May 31.
Her sister Taya Thurman hosted the intimate party for 25 at her New York apartment, with actress Debra Messing in attendance. A source told Us Weekly magazine: 'Taya threw a wonderful, sweet party - it was exactly what you'd hope your baby shower would be.
'It was a baby pink elephant theme, so everything was around that. They had little pink elephant cookies for everybody to take home.'
Uma, who is believed to be eight months pregnant, confirmed she was expecting a baby exclusively to the MailOnline in February.
The actress and French businessman started dating in 2007, before announcing their engagement the following year.
However after splitting in 2009, they were back together last year.
Speaking about her lovelife, Uma said earlier this year: 'I have something I would really like to express about my love life.
'I’m happier with it now than I’ve been in many, many years. Yes I’m trying to have as peaceful a personal life as possible.' Her new baby will have four half brothers and sisters.
Uma has a daughter Maya, 13; and son Levon, 10; with ex-husband Ethan Hawke, while Arpad is father to sons Flynn, 14; and Aurelius, nine; with ex-fiancée Elle Macpherson.
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