Celebrities Justin Timberlake confirms he and Jessica Biel welcomed their second child

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Justin Timberlake has finally acknowledged that he and Jessica Biel had a second child last summer. It’s a boy named Phineas.

 

There were reports in July last year that 38-year-old Biel and 39-year-old Timberlake had added a new child to their family though the couple kept the pregnancy a secret. During the coronavirus pandemic they had shifted to Montana, with their 5-year-old son and had been living there in seclusion.

 

The careful and secretive pair, who got married way back in 2012, had cleverly refrained from posting full-body shots of Biel. Hence, they were able to keep the baby a secret on social media, especially during the final stages of the pregnancy, despite rumors.

 

Timberlake will be appearing on air on Monday on a virtual “The Ellen Degeneres Show.” He has spoken about his life as a dad of two on the show.

 

Timberlake has said that his newborn son was awesome and cute, and nobody was sleeping. However, he added that they were very thrilled and couldn’t be happier and were grateful as well.

 

He also said that his son Silas was very thrilled to have a baby brother as of now and he really liked it. He also commented that things could change when Phineas walked and started chasing down his elder brother. He said, “…we’ll see what happens.”

 

Justin Timberlake will be performing at President-elect Joe Biden’s inaugural TV Special on Wednesday.

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