Jude Law has shared that he and wife Phillipa Coan welcomed a baby while under quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is the sixth child for the actor, who is already parent to sons Rafferty, 23, and Rudy, 18, as well as 19-year-old Iris from his marriage to Sadie Frost. He also fathered 10-year-old daughter Sophia with model Samantha Burke and Ada, 5, with singer Catherine Harding.
The 47-year-old revealed his happy news while appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon as he spoke on what he had been up to over the past few months.
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Divulging that he had been gardening, he added: "Oh, and on top of that I had a baby. So there you go."
"It's really wonderful," he went on. "Again, we feel pretty blessed that we were in a time where we could, as a family, you know, we can just nest and enjoy each other's company every day as it came. It was an unusual but a kind of enforced love-in."
Law didn’t state whether they had welcomed a boy or a girl, or give the tot’s name.
He and Coan wed in a lowkey ceremony last year at Old Marylebone Town Hall. His first marriage to Frost lasted for six years between 1997 and 2003.
His elder children Rafferty and Iris are following his footsteps into the limelight as they have both turned their hand to modelling.
Rafferty has also delved into acting and is set to star as Oliver Twist in upcoming film Twist, a modern retelling of the Dickens classic which also features Michael Caine as Fagin and Rita Ora as the Artful Dodger.