One can never really tire from receiving bundles of joy and appreciating another form of life in this world. Now for the fifth time, Jude Law is a father, this time to a baby girl born from his ex-girlfriend Catherine Harding. Read on for more details.
MailOnline reports of Jude Law’s representative exclusively informing them that on Monday, Mar. 16, 2015, Law’s daughter with singer Catherine Harding, also known as Cat Cavelli, was born.
“Both [parents] are delighted and continue to ask that their privacy and that of their child be respected.” As of now, further details regarding Harding and the baby have not yet been released.” the representative said in an interview with MailOnline.
Law and Harding were together last summer in the Czech Republic, where Law was filming his movie “Spy.” Then, on Oct.2014, a representative for Law informed MailOnline that the former couple are expecting a child by next spring and are asking to be given privacy regarding the matter. The representative also said that although they are no longer together, they plan to raise their child together.
Months prior, Mirror reported that Harding moved in to a new home in Hampstead, London, where she will be raising her daughter. In addition to this, Law lives just close by, so he can check on her and their daughter from time to time.
Aside from his daughter with Harding, Law also has four other children. This includes his two sons Rafferty and Rudy, and daughter Iris with his ex-wife Sadie Frost. He also has a daughter, Sophie, with model Samantha Burke. Aside from that, Law has a stepson, Finlay, with Frost from her previous marriage to Gary Kemp.
Back in July 2011, Law was interviewed by the Guardian. With regards to his becoming a father at the age of 23, Law said of how some people talked about him being a father at such a young age. However, he admits it wasn’t much of an issue for him, especially now that most of his children have grown.
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