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13 November 2017, 05:25 | Myron Mathis
Rowan Atkinson and Louise Ford are reportedly expecting their first child together
Famous Hollywood actor and comedian Rowan Atkinson, best known for his famous on screen character Mr Bean, is expecting to become dad for the third time at an age of 62.
The child is expected in the next few weeks and according to the Mirror, "Rowan and Louise are over the moon and can't wait for their new arrival".
He shares two children with ex-wife Sunetra Sastry - 24-year-old son Benjamin, and 22-year-old daughter Lily. Rowan began dating Louise, who plays Kate in hit comedy The Windsors, in 2014 after separating from Sunetra. The reports come after Louise was spotted with a large baby bump while shopping in North London on Sunday. They met for the first time in late 1980s when Sunetra was working as a makeup artist with the BBC. The couple met in 2012 when they starred in "Quartermaine's Terms" in London'd West End.
Last month, Atkinson's daughter Lily, who works as a burlesque dancer, stopped using her father's surname and instead swapped to her mother's maiden name.
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