Congratulations are in order for Al Pacino and his girlfriend, Noor Alfallah, who welcomed their little one into the world this week. It’s unclear what the gender of their little one is as of right now.
As Mamas Uncut previously reported, Al Pacino, 83, and his 29-year-old girlfriend, Noor Alfallah, are about to welcome a baby in the next few days. While that’s normally an exciting announcement met with congratulations and well wishes, that’s not necessarily the case with this pregnancy, which has already been riddled with drama and disappointment.
According to a recent report by Showbiz 411, the actor was under the impression that he couldn’t have any children due to certain medical conditions – and was under the impression that Alfallah was unable to conceive, as well. In fact, sources told TMZ he didn’t find out about the pregnancy until two months ago.
And even when he did find out, Pacino refused to believe the baby was actually his. In an effort to confirm or deny what he hoped wasn’t true, he demanded Alfallah undergo a prenatal DNA test – which confirmed he was, in fact, the father. While the baby is due any moment now, everything is just now going public.
Al Pacino has made it known in the past that he’s not interested in having anymore children. He’s already the father of three children to two different women – he shares Julie Pacino, 33, with ex-girlfriend Jan Tarrant and shares twins Anton Pacino, 22, and Olivia Pacino, 22, with ex-girlfriend Beverly D’Angelo.
And while Alfallah’s pregnancy came as a shock to Pacino, that shock didn’t end there. At least one source is telling Showbiz 411 that his three children aren’t too happy with the pregnancy and it likely has something to do with Alfallah’s history of dating older men and weaving her way into their personal lives.
In fact, Noor allegedly befriended Pacino’s 22-year-old daughter, Olivia, in an effort to get closer to Pacino. Sources are claiming this began during the COVID-19 lockdown, when Noor was suddenly appearing everywhere Olivia was. She also has a father with an extensive history of tax-related crimes.
And that’s not even the worst part. According to Showbiz 411, Pacino and Alfallah haven’t had a healthy relationship in quite some time – with one source claiming Pacino thought the relationship ended a long time ago. Many are calling the relationship and pregnancy a ‘mess’ that could potentially grow worse.
Al Pacino Isn’t Alone as a New Father
Al Pacino isn’t the only elder in Hollywood becoming a father. Robert De Niro, 79, recently welcomed his first child with 45-year-old girlfriend, Tiffany Chen – seventh child total. The primary difference between the two is that De Niro’s baby was planned, while Pacino’s baby came as a complete and utter shock.
De Niro shared the first photo of his newborn baby girl and revealed the baby’s name – which is Gia Virginia Chen-De Niro – during an appearance on CBS This Morning with Gayle King. The little girl was welcomed on April 6 and everyone appears to be healthy. He has six other children with three women.
When asked how he feels about having a baby at 79 years old, De Niro said he was ‘okay with it’ and ‘fine with it’ – though he admitted that having a child never gets easier. Nonetheless, he’s excited to add to his family and begin a new chapter with Chen – who initially sparked dating rumors back in August 2021.
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While Al Pacino doesn’t appear to be sharing that same excitement, we’ll likely learn more about the logistics of his future co-parenting relationship he’ll have with Noor Alfallah. Either way, Pacino will be having his fourth baby and first in 22 years – his youngest daughter, Olivia, was born in January 2001.
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