Al Pacino is a dad again at 83 after 29-year-old girlfriend gives birth
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Al Pacino is a dad again at 83 after his 29-year-old girlfriend gave birth.
Pacino’s publicist Stan Rosenfield confirmed the happy news to The Associated Press.
Rosenfield also revealed the couple welcomed a baby boy, whom they have named Roman.
Pacino and Alfallah have reportedly been dating since April of last year and they share an age gap over of half a century with a whole 54 years between them.
A representative for the actor confirmed the news which means that Pacino will be a staggering 101 when his child finally becomes an adult and turns 18.
A source close to the couple told Page Six: "Pacino and Noor started seeing each other during the pandemic.
"She mostly dates very rich older men… She has been with Al for some time and they get on very well."
The source continued: "The age gap doesn’t seem to be a problem, even though he is older than her father.
"She moves with the wealthy jet-set crowd, and she comes from a family with money."
The Godfather cinematic icon has previously spoken out about Alfallah's 'special' pregnancy.
In a video obtained by the Daily Mail, Pacino gushed: "It’s very special. It always has been. I’ve got many kids. But this is really special coming at this time.”
Pacino went on state at the time that he did not know the baby’s gender.
Prior to the addition of the newborn, Pacino is already a father to three children with two different women.
He has two 22-year-old twins, Anton and Olivia, with Beverly D'Angelo, whom he dated from 1997 until 2003, and one 33-year-old daughter, Julie Marie, with acting coach, Jan Tarrant.
And Pacino isn't the only elderly celebrity who is having children later in life.
Robert De Niro, 79, recently revealed he had welcomed his seventh child into the world with partner Tiffany Chen, 45.
The Last Vegas actor was being interviewed by ET for his flick About My Father when he confirmed the news as he was talking about 'being loving' with his children even though he sometimes had 'to be stern about stuff'.
De Niro said: "I mean, there’s no way around it with kids. I don’t like to have to lay down the law and stuff like that. But you just have no choice.
"And any parent, I think, would say the same thing. You always want to do the right thing by the children and give them the benefit of the doubt but sometimes you can’t."
The interviewer then started the next question by saying that De Niro had six children before the actor corrected her by saying 'seven actually'.
"I just had a baby," he added.
UNILAD has reached out to Al Pacino's reps for comment.