Justin Timberlake has finally confirmed that he and wife Jessica Biel welcomed their second child, six months after the actress gave birth.
It was reported last July that the SexyBack singer and The Sinner actress welcomed another baby boy following a secret pregnancy.
Apparently the couple wanted to keep the first few months of their son’s life private too as they continued to remain silent about his arrival until Justin’s interview with Ellen DeGeneres this week where he confirmed his birth and name – Phineas.
Spilling his secret, Ellen said: ‘Now listen, I’d completely forgotten this but you’re a dad again. You had another little child. I think we were FaceTiming and you said, “Hey, do you want to know a secret?” and then Jessica walked in and you put your hand on her stomach and you were like, “We’re having another baby!”
Justin, 39, then revealed: ‘You’re one of the first people outside of our immediate family that we told.
‘We were FaceTiming each other and we were like, “How are you doing?” “I don’t know, how are you doing?”’
Ellen admitted: ‘I’d completely forgotten that because that’s how good of a secret-keeper I am.’
Justin then replied: ‘I’ll tell you his name. His name is Phineas and he’s awesome and he’s so cute and nobody is sleeping, but we’re thrilled and couldn’t be happier. Very grateful.’
The former N*Sync star then joked that he and Jessica, 38, who married in 2012, barely see each other anymore as they have their hands full with two children – the couple are also parents to son Silas, five.
‘It’s a lot of fun but I guess the saying goes, “Go from a zone defense to a man-to-man very quickly”,’ Justin explained.
‘“You go get that one, I’ll get this one”. But it’s great and Silas is super excited. Right now, he’s very much liking it but, you know, Phin can’t walk yet or chase him down, so, I don’t know, we’ll see what happens.’
Jessica was able to keep her pregnancy under wraps due to the coronavirus pandemic and she hadn’t been pictured since March when the news she’d given birth had been announced.
Credit: Original article published here.