Son of Late Bee Gee star Robin-John Gibb is expecting third child with wife Megan – and the baby is expected on the anniversary of father Robin’s death
Robin-John Gibb becomes a father for the third time with partner Megan.
The 38-year-old musician, son of the late Bee Gees star Robin Gibb, revealed the baby news in an interview with Hey! magazine.
Robin-John said he is “ absolutely over the moon ” to have another child – expected on May 20 – on the ninth anniversary of the death of his father Robin, who died in 2012 at the age of 62 from kidney failure as a result. of colorectal cancer.
Proud parents: Robin-John Gibb becomes a father for the third time with partner Megan (photo in 2012) with the baby on the anniversary of the death of his father Robin
Although the couple have a son, Robin-John revealed that he initially thought they had received a ‘sign’ from Robin that they had a girl.
He said, “ At the end of October, we had our first appointment with Colin Davis, the midwife who gave birth to our two sons …
When we sat down in the waiting room, the Bee Gees hit More Than A Woman hit the radio. Its timing was so surprising that we wondered if it was a sign.
“ We didn’t know we were expecting a boy at this stage and initially thought the song’s title could be my dad’s way of telling us we were having a girl. ”
Icon: The musician, 38, is the son of the late Bee Gees star Robin Gibb (photo in 2002) and revealed that he believed his father had ‘sent a sign’ that they were having a girl – but they are expecting a son
The father of three also said he has a ‘very musical family’: ‘The children grow up like I did with my father. He was my father and my best friend, but he never forced music on me; he just exposed me to it.
‘I went to concerts, writing and studio sessions with him and that’s how I discovered the music bug. Now I do the same with our children. ‘
The full interview with Robin-John is now available in Hello! magazine.
The good news comes because it was recently revealed that The Bee Gees’ illustrious career will be relived through a new biopic directed by Kenneth Branagh.
Reports say that the Paramount Pictures production will follow the journey of brothers Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb as they shoot from humble beginnings into the stratosphere of disco starry.
Ben Elton is ready to write the revealed biographical film The Hollywood Reporter, and the last remaining band member Barry, 74, will act as producer and narrator.
GK Films’ Graham King will co-produce the untitled film alongside Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment company, which financed about 25 percent of the film.
Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone’s company SISTER are also on board to produce, marking the company’s first film project.
Bee Gees star Barry recently contributed to the HBO documentary, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, which explores the history of the Gibb brothers.
Ready for the big screen: The news comes as The Bee Gees’ illustrious career will be relived in a new biopic directed by Kenneth Branagh (LR Robin, Barry and Maurice 1977)