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Kimberly Stewart turned 32 with a new baby in her arms. The actress and model celebrated her 32 birthday by giving birth to a baby girl named Delilah in Los Angeles. People states the father is the actor Benicio del Toro. According to reports, the baby weighed in at a 8 Ibs 9 oz and 22 inches long.
Rod Stewart, Kimberly Stewart’s father, is extremely happy with his grandchild, and told the press his joy is indescribable. He also called the arrival one of the happiest days of his entire life. Two of Rod Stewart’s ex-wives were in attendance at the hospital. Kimberly’s mother, Alanna Collins was supporting their daughter as well. The rocker’s third wife, Rachel Hunter paid a visit too.
Penny Lancaster, his current wife, was also at Kimberly’s side at the hospital. The rest of the family Stewart, brother Sean and half-siblings Sara, Ruby, Renée, Liam and Alastair also visited their new familymember. Stewart told USA Today: “We had everyone at the hospital to help Kimberly. I won’t say we always agree, but we get along.”
Rod Stewart revealed the arrival of his granddaughter in an unusual interview with USA Today. He sang out the name Deliah after a broadcasting saying, “I’m a grandfather now. I’ve been going around blabbing that for hours now.” Sources confirmed to People that Benicio is the father of the baby girl.
They also stated he has been very supporting and even though they are not a couple, both stars were looking forward to her arrival. There have been many rumors about the two stars after reports, seeing them meeting at the Chateau Marmont hotel earlier this year. In April, the actor’s representative confirmed to Us Weekly that the star of Wolfman and Sin City was the father of the baby.
Sources say del Toro is planning to play an active role in the child’s upbringing. Us Weekly sources affirmed the actor is excited and overjoyed about the birth of his daughter. The 44 year-old Hollywood star was seen working again after the birth in Los Angeles for his upcoming movie, Savages.
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