Jude Law to be a father again but mother unnamed

July 30, 2009

(ChattahBox) — In an apparent big surprise to himself, Jude Law has now discovered and revealed he is to become a father for the fourth time, following a fling with an unnamed woman. The media-shy actor’s lawyer released a terse statement announcing the news, saying:

“Following a relationship last year” the star “has been advised that he is to be the father of a child.” Although Law “is no longer in a relationship with the individual concerned” he intends to be “a fully supportive part of the child’s life.”   “This is an entirely private matter and no further statements will be made.”

Despite the lawyer’s hope for privacy, this is the type of story that tabloids thrive on.  The Daily Mirror has already allegedly discovered that the woman is seven months’ pregnant and that the baby was conceived during a brief relationship around Christmas, while Law was working in New York on Guy Richie’s forthcoming film Sherlock Holmes.

Law who is currently single, has three children with former wife Sadie Frost. He reportedly broke the news to his family on Tuesday, and told them he wants to play an active role in the child’s life. As in ‘kids your going to have another brother or sister soon’.

Law has had his love affair controversies in the past when he separated from Frost after six years of marriage and became engaged to the much younger Sienna Miller. The Talented Mr. Ripley star, will next be seen on the big screen as Dr. Watson opposite Robert Downey Jr. in the highly-anticipated above mentioned “Sherlock Holmes,” opening Dec. 25, and performing as Hamlet on Broadway this fall.

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