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Jeff Goldblum's Wife Emilie Is Pregnant with Their First Child!

Jeff Goldblum's Wife Emilie Is Pregnant with Their First Child!

Jeff Goldblum dropped some big news during an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman on Friday (January 9) – his wife Emilie is pregnant with their first child!

The 62-year-old actor and the 31-year-old contortionist/aerialist got married in November in Los Angeles.

“She’s three months pregnant. She told me the day before we got married,” Jeff said. “It’s a boy. We picked out a name as a matter of fact. If it stays – this is our current thinking – [it'll be] Elliot Charlie.”

During the appearance, Emilie came on stage to show off her contortionist moves for the crowd.

Jeff Goldblum Announces That His Wife is Pregnant
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  • Living in a box

    His wife is 30 years younger, when the child is 20 he will be in his 80′s or dead.

  • dalovelee

    and rich

  • Mayra

    Love this man.

  • ell

    I think it’s hilarious his wife is trying to pass for 31 :D

  • FormerLamark

    And this child will his child or grandchild?
    It is irresponsible to take a child over the age of 40-45, a child needs a father primary, not wealth. He will not be there in his child’s school-leaving exams, the wedding, the university garduation, the birth of his grandchild, the important events of life or everyday problems, and so on. This children will spend a large part of his life without his father. Why is this good? And for whom? When will these old monkeys finally understand that this must not be a vanity issue?

  • Anya

    True, but you can be a parent in your 20s then get hit by a car and your child is gonna be left here without you as well.

    Though I agree that it is a bit irresponsible.

  • FormerLamark

    It is true, but it’s much less likely to get hit by a car in 20s than you will live to the 80-90 years and especially in strength, health, without mentally-phisically demencia and you can be a full value father of your child at the 70-80-90-100.