Natalie Portman accidentally texted Meryl Streep inviting her to her family's Jewish holidays over the past three years.

The 37-year-old actress explained that she thought she was texting her cousin Meryl but started getting suspicious when she didn't get a response.
Appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday, Natalie revealed that her cousin had moved from New York to Los Angeles and she made a point of inviting her over for the holidays.
'We’ve been inviting them to all our Jewish holidays and everything and the last three holidays she didn’t reply.
'I was like, "Did I do something to offend her? Did I hurt her feelings? Is she holding a grudge?" I was like, "She's totally not that type of person.",' she continued.
'So I looked when I went to text her, I realized I had two Meryl’s in my phone book and I’d been texting Meryl Streep. I was like, "Oh no!"'
'Of course I called and explained.' Natalie added
The Black Swan star then revealed that as a funny gesture in response, her cousin, who is an illustrator, drew a portrait of Oscar-winner Meryl with a very funny caption which Natalie read out.
'Natalie may you be inscribed in the book of life... and stop texting me,'
The mother-of-two is currently promoting her new movie Vox Lux.
In the new Brady Corbet directed drama Natalie plays a singer who, along with her sister, becomes a pop star in 1999 following a tragedy.
Later in life, she tries to navigate her career with her teen daughter.
Portman gets to sing songs written by Sia and also shot a concert sequence in Syosset, Long Island, where she attended high school.
'My guidance counselor from high school brought her kids and her friends and they were in the audience. So, it was really cool,' she told Jimmy Fallon during a recent appearance on The Tonight Show.
Vox Lux premiered in September at the 75th Venice International Film Festival.

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