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Vince Vaughn: Expecting Second Child with Kyla Weber!

Vince Vaughn: Expecting Second Child with Kyla Weber!

Vince Vaughn and his wife Kyla Weber are expecting their second child together!

“We are expecting our second child. This is the first time I’ve said anything. Yeah, we’re very excited,” the 43-year-old actor shared during his interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which aired today. Check out the interview below!

He revealed, “[Kyla] is [due] in August. August 5th.”

In 2010, Vince and Kyla welcomed their first child together Locklyn Kyla Vaughn.

Congrats to the couple on their new bundle of joy!

Vince Vaughn – ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’
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  • Dd

    Aww congrats to them:)

  • sasha

    Just imagine he would have been childless had he stayed with Anuston.
    He made the right decision once he relized this Wh*re is not going too have any for the rest of her life. And so did BRAD and we now have 6 from him and 2 for Vnce equals 8.
    Anuston = 0.

  • an opinion

    Congrats to VV and his pretty wife.

  • alice

    What a stupid comment. People have kids all the time, it’s great. But it’s not a major achievement. Don’t know this man, he is unattractive. Bald and fat.

  • Josephine


    Not everyone has to have children. People are not worse than others for not having them but you wrote it like it was some kind of competition with scores. Aniston hate aside, I think it is much more responsible for any person who doesn’t have those parental feeling in them, not to have children instead of conforming to the pressure of society and than not being able to give their child as much genuine love and care as he/she deserves.

  • Cate

    @Josephine: Well said Josephine!

  • British Latin American

    @Josephine: Indeed, well-said. Kids are not for everyone, and being a parent, while vastly important, is not the end-all. And as Alice pointed out, merely having kids is not a major achievement. Raising the child well is.