Rowan Atkinson to become a father again at the age of 62


Actor Rowan Atkinson, star of popular British comedy series Mr Bean and Blackadder, is set to be a father again at the age of 62. The 33-year-old Louise is expecting her first child with Atkinson in the coming weeks. Pregnant Louise was seen shopping in North London last week.sporting one of bungling Mr Bean's proudest bumps so far.

Rowan Atkinson is already a father of two, Ben, 23, and daughter Lily, 21 from his ex-wife Sunetra Sastry whom he divorced in 2015.

"Rowan and Louise are over the moon and can't wait for their new arrival", a friend said.

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Rowan Atkinson is in relationship with his current partner since 2014. It's a very happy time for them both, ' a source told Sunday People.

Atkinson and Louise met for the first time when they appeared in a play Quartermaine's Terms together in 2013.

After a 24 year long marriage and divorce from Sunetra Sastry in 2014, Atkinson began dating the actress Louise Ford who is known for playing Kate Middleton in the Channel 4 hit comedy The Windsors.

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The news about Rowan become a father again comes just a month after it was reported that his daughter Lily had chose to change her name.

"Atkinson has been Lily's name all her life but she's dropped it and is styling herself as Lily Sastry".

Atkinson, who attracted nearly 19 million viewers in his role as Mr Bean at its peak, has amassed a fortune of an estimated £70million.

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