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Vida McConaughey: Matthew McConaughey's New Daughter!

Vida McConaughey: Matthew McConaughey's New Daughter!

Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves welcomed their second child on Sunday (January 3) at 12:13am, can confirm.

Vida Alves McConaughey weighed in at 7 lbs., 7 oz and joins big brother Levi, 17 months.

“New Year and New Baby!” Matthew writes on his official site. “Happy New Year everybody!!! Vida is Portuguese for ‘life’ and that’s what God gave us this morning. Camila‘s recovering wonderfully and we are both truly honored to welcome this little lady into our family. Thanks for all your well wishes and prayers along the way. Another blessed day, we give thanks, just keep livin’. Matthew and Camila.”

Congrats to the happy family!!!

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Posted to: Camila Alves, Celebrity Babies, Matthew McConaughey, Vida McConaughey

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  • nicci

    she was born the day after my

  • Not Impressed by JA

    Hispanic doesn’t equal Latin. Hispanic comes from spaniard. people from latin america whose ancestors are spaniards and speaking spanish. Hispanic are latin so are Brasilians who are not Hispanic but Lusophone and Lusophone, people speaking portuguese are Latins too.
    And Portuguese, French, Italian and Spaniards are all part of the LATIN group in Europe. Their language have thE same latin root AND EACH LANGUAGE DERIVED FROM THE LATIN.
    Hence they have words in common and for a french speaker, he can easily learn and understand italian. For a spaniard, he can easily learn and understand PORTUGUESE AND VICE VERSA.
    Those countries are LATIN, so are its people. never herad about the latin lover mainly describing an italian or french lover ?.
    The same with germans and holland language that share the same roots. THEY ARE NOT LATIN, they are of germanic group based, then omes the anglo saxon base more inn the north and the scandinavians in the extreme north who all share the same language ROOTS.
    Slavic are in the east.

  • Liam

    So what? Brazilians are not Hispanic. Many English words are Latin based too but we are not Latin nor Hispanic. Knowing Latin allows anyone to learn other languages easily, that is just the roots of the languages but the people are not the same because they speak a similar language. Non Hispanic people immigrated to Brazil but that doesn’t make them Latin/ Hispanic. I have family members there but they are not Hispanic. People need to read up on Brazil if they want to learn the truth about that country and the orgins of its population.

  • Tiffany

    I speak Cantonese based language but that doesn’t make me Chinese because my parents came from Hong Kong. People of various races live in that city and speak the language but they are not Asian or practice Chinese culture. People are confused with this Latin thing, applying it where it doesn’t belong. I have neighbors from Spain who are downright insulted if you call them Latin or Hispanic. They want it plainly known that they are Europeans.

  • catloversmatch

    I hope they get married soon

  • Not Impressed by JA

    Latinos in the americas isn’t the same as in Europe.
    In the Americas it was in opposition to North America ( Canada and the US) versus Latin America, that were formely formed by Spaniards and Portuguese who are Latins.
    By extension The northen Americans are the Anglo based even if there are asian americans, african amaricans, euro americans, ect
    Of course Brasilians are Latins through their nationality, their language, ect. But it’s not exclusive. You can be latin as such and Caucasian (non latin european like german) through your background). Same with the cubans, hence the terms afro-cubans which represent the mixed race and Africans from origin folks as opposed to the Cubans from euro ancestor, mostly spanish but also many from German ancestors.
    Just like Charlize is African from totally European background which makes her African and European.

  • Orlando

    Brazilians are not Hispanic at all. There culture is exclusively Nigerian and European (from various European countries) not one. Racially they are also Nigerian and European. Race and culture are the most significant indicators of a peoples character, not just the place they were born, nationality changes all the time. Brazil has never considered herself Hispanic/Latino and the majority of the whites in Brazil are from European stock: German, Italian, Polish British, and others. Portuguese are Europeans with European culture, race, history, language. The Portuguese colonized Brasil not Spain and they are not the same at all.

  • collegesinglesmatch

    He never cheats on her

  • Vida

    My name is Vida and I am so glad to see that someone has come to name their child that name too. It actually means life in Spanish and Beloved in Hebrew

  • Mia

    Okay, I am both brazilian and argentinian, and Vida is obviously not a common name, but it is not weird at all. People name their children to have some kind of significance, what better than life?

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