‘It’s very special’: Al Pacino, 83, welcomes baby number four into the world

Jun 16, 2023
Al Pacino has welcomed a fourth bundle of joy into the world, revealing the little one's name and gender to eager fans. Source: Getty Images.

Hollywood icon Al Pacino has embraced fatherhood once again at the age of 83 after welcoming his fourth child into the world.

A representative for the legendary actor confirmed that he had welcomed a baby boy with his 29-year-old partner Noor Alfallah.

“I am confirming that Al Pacino and Noor Alfallah have welcomed a son, named Roman Pacino. No other statement or comments will be provided,” Pacino’s representative told Entertainment Tonight.

Although the couple has chosen to keep a low profile, when news broke of the pregnancy, Pacino told reporters from The Daily Mail that “it’s very special”.

“It always has been. I’ve got many kids. But this is really special coming at this time,” he added.

Pacino already has a daughter named Julie, aged 33, from his previous relationship with Jan Tarrant. In addition, he is also a proud parent to twins Olivia and Anton, both 22, whom he shares with actress Beverley D’Angelo.

While welcoming a child into the world at an advanced age may raise eyebrows, many were quick to congratulate Pacino on his latest arrival.

While he hasn’t yet publicly congratulated Pacino on his new bundle of joy, long-time friend and regular co-star Robert De Niro recently delivered some words of praise for the 83-year-old after learning that his friend was going to have another baby.

“He’s a few years older than me. God bless him. Very happy for him,” De Niro told TODAY.

De Niro recently became a dad himself once again at the age of 79 and spoke about what it feels like to welcome a child into the world “when you’re older”.

“It feels great. It feels great, yeah,” he said

“I have certain awareness.

“When you’re older, you have awareness of certain things in life, dynamics. Everything, family dynamics. You can’t avoid learning certain things and then how you can deal with those, manage them and this and that.”

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