It's really wonderful: Jude Law welcomes sixth child

Lawrence Kim
September 16, 2020

Instead, he opened up to late night host Jimmy Fallon on September 14, revealing that his wife recently gave birth to a new babe. But he did say that he was thankful to have this time with his new family. When asked how he had been during quarantine, Jude said he had been doing some gardening. "Oh! Congrats, Dad. That's awesome", Fallon replied. "We feel pretty blessed that we were in a time where we could, as a family, you know-we could just nest", he said.

Law's oldest child, Rafferty, spoke earlier this year about the advice his famous father gave to help him out on one of his first acting projects.

"I love it, so absolutely why not?" he told Daily Mail.

"And err. we had the most attractive spring, it was like the one blessing amidst this madness and I've become obsessed with my wisteria". I'm more obsessed with that than anything else than anything in my life at the moment. "So, the idea of having more children would be just wonderful".

He added, "We have an incredibly stable and healthy, wonderful family existence".

Law was previously married to actress Sadie Frost. They share three children - Rafferty, Iris and Rudy.

He also famously had a longterm relationship with his Alfie co-star Sienna Miller.

Commenting on the strangeness of having a baby during the Covid-19 pandemic, Jude said, "It was an unusual, but kind of enforced, love-in".

News broke of Law and Coan expecting their first child together this May when the couple was spotted at a grocery store near their home in north London.

She runs her own company, Stride, which specialises in improving employees' performance.

The 47-year-old Wednesday Coan, a psychologist, at a civil ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall in central London in May 2019.

They emerged about an hour later with their wedding bands proudly on display then got back into their waiting vehicle without posing for any pictures.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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