Quentin Tarantino's quiet new life in Israel

Quentin Tarantino was hanging around the obstetrics ward of Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital in early July

He and his wife, Daniella Pick, were expecting their second child, a girl to join their 2-year-old son, Leo

but as has become their style in Israel, the Tarantinos were hiding in plain sight.

Tarantino, 59, and Pick, 38, met back in 2009 when he premiered his film “Inglorious Basterds” in Israel

Pick is practically royalty in Israel, where she’s been as famous as Tarantino since birth.

Shortly after marrying, the couple bought a six-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot villa on Elkakhi Street in Ramat Aviv Gimmel

Tarantino settled in after wrapping up production on 2019’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” planning to split time between Tel Aviv and LA

Tarantino is often seen jogging, walking or biking in Park Hayarkon, a sprawling urban park alongside the Hayarkon River.

He told Bill Maher in a 2021 interview that Tel Aviv is like a smaller version of LA with “magnificent restaurants, cool bars, cool clubs.”

His latest, 2019’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” was No. 9. The director’s first, “Reservoir Dogs