Breaking News! ‘Daisy Jones’ Star Suki and ‘Tenet’ Actor Rob Welcome Their First Baby!

Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse have become parents.

The British artist duo, who are reportedly engaged, are said to have recently welcomed their first child. The revelation about the birth of their child came to light on Tuesday when the Daily Mail posted pictures of the “Tenet” star, Pattinson, 37, and “Daisy Jones and the Six” actress, Waterhouse, 32, strolling in Los Angeles with Pattinson pushing a stroller.

There was no immediate response from the representatives of Pattinson and Waterhouse when The Times reached out for a confirmation on Wednesday.

The couple discreetly welcomed their newborn (whose name and birth date are yet to be publicized), four months after Waterhouse declared at a concert in Mexico City that she was expecting. In November, the singer, known for her hit “Good Looking,” told her fans, “I chose to wear something especially shiny today” to divert attention from her growing belly.

After the audience expressed their excitement, Waterhouse humorously remarked, “I’m not sure if it’s having the desired effect.”

Waterhouse had embraced her pregnancy in the subsequent months, flaunting her baby bump in promotional materials for her music and at the 2024 Emmy Awards, where she wore a striking, bright red Valentino gown.

The low-key arrival of Pattinson and Waterhouse’s baby comes several months after People magazine confirmed in December that the couple is set to get married. The pair purportedly started dating in 2018 and have been seen together at numerous notable events over the past few years, including the 2023 Met Gala in New York City.

See also  Godfather Meets Cowboys: This 4.3 Rated Series Started as a Movie! Must-Watch!

Despite their appearances in public, Pattinson and Waterhouse have maintained a fairly private romantic relationship. When the Sunday Times questioned Pattinson in 2019 about his preference for keeping his relationship away from the public gaze, the “Lighthouse” actor replied, “If you let people in, it cheapens the essence of love.”

He further stated: “It would be incredibly impolite if a stranger on the street inquired about your relationship. Building a wall makes things better. I fail to understand how people can walk hand-in-hand on the street, and it’s equivalent to me doing the same with a hundred cameras clicking away. Eventually, the line between when you’re acting and when you’re not will blur, leading to insanity.”

Contributions to this report were made by ex-Times staff writer Jonah Valdez.

Similar posts:

Rate this post

Leave a Comment