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Benicio del Toro and Kimberly Stewart Expecting Child Together!

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Actor Benicio del Toro and Kimberly Stewart, daughter of Rod Stewart, are expecting baby together. The news came as a bit of a shock due to their public marital status.

Last night, news broke that Benicio del Toro is expecting a baby with Kimberly – and they aren’t even a couple! So, this may have been a brief pairing but it was a fruitful one.

The Puerto Rican Oscar-winning actor, Benicio del Toro (44) starred in the hit movie 21 Grams, Che and more recently, The Wolfman, which flopped at the box office. Reality TV star, Kimberly (31) and Benicio are said to be thrilled about the pregnancy even though they do not consider themselves to be romantically linked.

This baby will be a first child for both of them and he or she will be the first grandchild for rocker Rod Stewart (66). He celebrated the birth of his eighth child this year with wife, Penny.

Not a lot is yet known about the expected birth date or the exact circumstances of the conception. However, Benicio and Kimberly are not actually dating! Kimberly was most recently romantically linked to Jude Law, Jack Osbourne and Rhys Ifans, while Benicio was once rumoured to have dated Scarlett Johansson and Alicia Silverstone.

“Kimberly is pregnant. Benicio is the father and is very supportive,” Del Toro’s rep confirmed to People. “Although they are not a couple, they are looking forward to the arrival of the baby.”

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