It’s parents’ night out for Robert De Niro and Tiffany Chen.
The duo stepped out at a party during the 76th annual Cannes Film Festival weeks after announcing the birth of their daughter, De Niro’s seventh child.
De Niro smiled in a snapshot of the pair attending the Vanity Fair x Prada Party at Hotel Cap-Eden-Roc Saturday, with Chen clad in sunglasses and an all-black look paired with a green bag.
De Niro, 79, revealed he welcomed the newborn earlier this month. The actor’s representative Stan Rosenfield confirmed the baby’s birth to USA TODAY on May 9, but did not provide any details. Days later, the “Godfather” and “Meet the Parents” star spilled more to “CBS Mornings” host Gayle King, who showed off the first photo of the baby girl, Gia Virginia.
King said baby De Niro was born April 6 and weighed 8 pounds and 6 ounces. De Niro shares the child with Chen, who he has been connected to since 2021, according to People and E!.
Robert De Nirowelcomes seventh child at 79, shares name and first photo
The birth of Gia marks De Niro’s seventh child. He is also dad to Drena, 51, and Raphael, 46, from his first marriage to Diahnne Abbott. He shares twins Julian and Aaron, 27, with Toukie Smith, whom he never married. And he shares Elliot, 25, and Helen Grace, 11, with Grace Hightower, who he wed in 1997 and separated in 2018. He is also a grandfather.
The actor first spilled the news about his new addition in an interview with ET Canada during a conversation about his upcoming film “About My Father”, which is set to be released on Friday, May 26.
When reporter Brittnee Blair noted De Niro’s six kids, he corrected her, saying, “Seven, actually.”
“I just had a baby,” he revealed.
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De Niro is a two-time Oscar winner for his supporting role in “The Godfather: Part II” and best actor in “Raging Bull.” In 2011, he was also honored with the Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award for his impact on the world of entertainment and awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom five years later.
Contributing: Elise Brisco, USA TODAY; The Associated Press