Al Pacino is expecting his fourth child at the age of 83.
Rumours began about the star of The Godfather and Noor Alfallah, 29, when the two were seen dining together last April.
The pair were reported to be dating ever since the pandemic, according to Page Six.
Alfallah, who has worked as a producer, was rumoured to have previously dated Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger for over a year until 2018 and in 2019 was later spotted with actor and director Clint Eastwood.
Pacino also has three other children from previous relationships: Julie Pacino, Anton Pacino, and Olivia Pacino.
In 2014, Pacino spoke to The New Yorker about fatherhood and said: “I’m responsible to them. I’m a part of their life.
“When I’m not, it’s upsetting to me and to them… And I get a lot from it. It takes you out of yourself.”
Who are Pacino’s three other children?
Pacino had his other children in his 50s and 60s.
Julie Pacino, 33, was both in 1989 in Queens, New York.
Like her father, Julie made her way into the entertainment industry and is now a producer and director.
She is best known for her 2020 short films called Nowhere to Go and Hard Work.
Her mother is Jan Tarrant, who dated Pacino in the 1980s. She is now an acting coach.
Anton Pacino, 22, was born in Los Angeles in 2001 and has a twin sister (Olivia).
Anton is not often in the public eye.
Olivia Pacino, 22, has an active social media presence and currently has more than 17,000 followers on Instagram.
Beverly D’Angelo, an American actress, was with Pacino between 1997 and 2003 and is the mother of his twins.
How Al Pacino’s kids changed his life
In 2015, Pacino told The Guardian about how his children have changed his perspective in life.
He added: “Kids changed my perspective.
“Before I had my three, I’d walk around in my own head, not noticing anything.
“Acting used to be everything; now, because of them, it’s just a small part.”
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Pacino and De Niro embrace fatherhood in later life
Earlier this month, fellow acting legend and star of The Godfather, Robert De Niro, revealed that he had become a father to his seventh child, at the age of 79.
He announced the new arrival in an interview with Brittnee Blair, who said: “I know you have six kids.”
The actor corrected her and replied: “Seven, actually.”
“I just had a baby,” he added.
Sky News has contacted Al Pacnio’s representative for comment about his news.
Source : Sky News