Al Pacino is preparing to become a father for the fourth time at age 82.
It was revealed on Tuesday that the Godfather star is expecting a child with 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah, who is eight months pregnant.
The iconic Hollywood lead and film producer – who previously had an affair with Mick Jagger, 78 – are set to welcome their first child together, and the actor’s rep confirms the news to TMZ.
The Oscar winner already shares three children with two different women. He and actress Beverly D’Angelo, 71, share twins Anton James Pacino and Olivia Pacino, 22, whom they welcomed in 2001 after an IVF journey that began in 1997.
He also shares his eldest child, film producer daughter Julie Marie Pacino, 33, with ex Jan Tarrant, who is an acting coach.
Expect his fourth! On Tuesday it was announced that 82-year-old Al Pacino is expecting a child from 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah, who is eight months pregnant.
Modern family: The Oscar winner already shares three children with two different women. He has twins Anton and Olivia, 22, with actress Beverly D’Angelo, 71 (L) and older daughter Julie, 33 (R) with ex Jan Tarrant; In the photo 2020
D’Angelo, who played Ellen Griswold in the National Lampoon’s Vacation franchise, recently opened up about her relationship with Pacino — who will be 100 when his fourth child turns 18 — and how they got through the “complicated” breakup with loving co-parent Anton. vanquished and Olivia.
“My story with Al started 27 years ago when two artists met and fell in love,” she said on Instagram earlier this month.
D’Angelo said they “lived together for seven years, had two kids,” and eventually “separated.”
Despite their split, she wrote, they “steadily continued on (their) journey as co-parents — sharing (their) lives with a deeper kind of intimacy, honesty and acceptance than a ‘traditional’ relationship would have allowed.”
D’Angelo said she and Pacino bonded over their mutual passion for their craft.
D’Angelo opened up about her start with the House of Gucci actor in the clip, saying, “I lived with Al for seven years and we have two kids; in 1996 we were on the same plane from Los Angeles to New York.
“He sat across from me, he said come sit next to me and by the time the plane landed it was done.”
She said the following year, “He looked me in the eye and said, ‘I want you to be the mother of my children.'”
Twins: The Scarface actor and D’Angelo, 71, welcomed the twins in 2001 after an IVF journey that began in 1997; She is pictured with Anton and Olivia in 2022
She continued, “Even though I had avoided that role all my life, I was deeply in love and was 100 percent into it.”
She said they completed a round of in vitro fertilization in 1997, and “with great effort and the wonders of modern science” they welcomed their twins in 2001.
D’Angelo shared a slideshow of family photos of the twins in their younger years.
She said things eventually got “complicated” and their “split was finalized in 2004.”
She added, “The strength of our love for our children was the foundation for resolving conflict and creating a new history as co-parents, where we had individual lives separate but always intertwined as a family.”
She concluded by saying that she and the Any Given Sunday star “continue to share a unique and profound friendship between two artists that endures to this day – through thick and thin, 27 years now that we’re doing it our way – and there you have it. .’