Robert De Niro, the 79-year-old actor, has become a father for the seventh time, according to his representative who confirmed the news to The Associated Press on Tuesday. No further details were provided. De Niro has children from his two previous marriages, including Drena, 51, and Raphael, 46, from his first marriage, and twins Julian and Aaron, 27, Elliot, 24, and Helen Grace, 11, from his second marriage. The actor is currently promoting his new comedy film "About My Father," which is set to open on May 26.
De Niro is widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of his generation, having won two Oscars for his performances in "The Godfather: Part II" and "Raging Bull." He was also honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award by the Golden Globes in 2011 for his contribution to the entertainment industry. In addition, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016.
While the news of De Niro's latest addition to his family is a personal matter, it has attracted some attention due to his age. However, as a successful and accomplished actor with a long and distinguished career, De Niro has demonstrated his ability to balance his personal and professional life. His new film is eagerly anticipated by fans who have followed his career over the years.
Overall, the news of De Niro's new arrival is a testament to his continued success in both his personal and professional life. As a public figure, he has inspired many with his talent and dedication, and his latest addition to his family is a reminder that life is a journey filled with unexpected surprises and joys.