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Jeff Goldblum becomes a first-time father at 62

July 8, 2015
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Jeff Goldblum and his wife Emilie Livingston have welcomed their first child together, a baby boy named Charlie. The actor proudly announced his son's arrival on his official Facebook page. 

"We're so excited to share the wonderful news of the birth of our son, Charlie Ocean Goldblum, born on the 4th July. Independence Day," wrote Jeff, who coincidentally is starring in the upcoming Independence Day: Resurgence movie.

Jeff also shared a sweet family photo, showing him beaming as he stands with his arms wrapped around 32-year-old contortionist Emilie, as she gently cradles their new arrival in hospital.

Little Charlie is the first child for 62-year-old Jeff, who announced he was going to become a father during an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman in January. 

"She's pregnant. She's three months pregnant," he happily revealed to the chat show host. "She told me the day before we got married that she's pregnant. It's a boy."

Jeff and Emilie were married in November last year in a ceremony held at the Chateau Marmont in LA. The star has been married twice before; to Patricia Gaul from 1980 until 1986, and to Geena Davis from 1987 until 1990.

Emile kept fans updated throughout her pregnancy right up until her son's birth. "Bursting! It's so hot out and the pain is real but I'm keeping my focus and patiently waiting," she wrote alongside an Instagram photo of her baby bump on 24 June.

In one of her blogs, she added: "Loving the journey to motherhood! Seeing my body change to accommodate and grow our little boy is too sweet for words.

"I've had the best pregnancy I could have ever asked for and now I'm ready to meet our little boy."

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