Al Pacino’s fourth period of parenthood has begun.
The 83-year-old actor’s girlfriend, 29, Noor Alfallah, recently gave birth to their first baby together, TMZ reported on Thursday.
The gender of the baby is not yet known.
Sources close to the couple said that both parents were very happy.
While sources do not specify what day the child was born, Pacino and Alfallah were photographed having dinner at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
In fact, as he was leaving, Alfala was spotted in the driver’s seat of a black Land Rover while the baby daddy was driving the shotgun.
An object resembling a car seat could be seen in the back seat, but it is not clear whether it was occupied.
The couple’s representatives did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
However, Pacino’s rep confirmed the news in May that Alfallah is pregnant.
While the couple was first photographed on a dinner date in April 2022, sources told Page Six that only the “Daddy” star started dating the producer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“She’s been with Al for a while and they get along very well,” an insider said. “Even though he is older than his father, the age gap doesn’t seem to be an issue.”
The source noted that Alfaallah “mostly dates very wealthy older men.”
In particular, he was previously romantically involved with Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and billionaire investor Nicolas Berggruen.
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When Alfala’s relationship with her ex ended in 2018, she said Hello! magazine said the age difference “didn’t matter” to him.
“The heart doesn’t know what it sees, it only knows what it feels,” he said back then. “It was my first serious relationship but it was a happy time for me.”
As for Pacino, the Oscar-winning actor shares his daughter Julie and twins Olivia and Anton with exes Jan Tarrant and Beverly D’Angelo, respectively.
The never-married “Scarface” star has also had long-term relationships with Diane Keaton, Lucila Solá, and many more A-listers.
Pacino described marriage as “a state of mind, not a contract” in an interview with The Independent in 2012 and said, “When I think about the law and marriage, I ask myself, when did the cops get involved?”