A court has ruled that Halle Berry cannot move to France with her daughter on a permanent basis.
The actress, who is currently fighting with 4-year-old Nahla's father Gabriel Aubry over custody arrangements, was told yesterday (November 9) that she will not be allowed to involve her child in plans to relocate to Paris to live with fiancé Olivier Martinez.
According to TMZ, Berry had argued that the large paparazzi presence in LA made California too dangerous a place to bring up her daughter.
The Cloud Atlas star claimed that a life in France would be safer for all those involved and insisted that she never intended to block Aubry's access to his child.
However, the judge rejected her pleas and ruled in favor of the French-Canadian male model.
Last week, Berry told The Wendy Williams Show that her daughter is keen to have a baby sister.
"She's asking me every day," Berry said. "Every night we do our prayers - we pray to God, so sweet - and she says, 'God, please bring me a bunk bed and a baby sister'."