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Quentin Tarantino, 56, and his wife Daniella Pick, 36, confirm the birth of a baby boy

Legendary director Quentin Tarantino welcomed his first child with his wife Daniella Pick on Saturday.

The 56-year-old Oscar winner became the father of a baby boy after his 36-year-old wife gave birth over the weekend, reportedly in Tel Aviv, Israel.

‘Daniella and Quentin Tarantino are happy to announce the birth of their first child. A baby boy born February 22, 2020,’ a representative for the couple told TMZ.

Growing family: Legendary director Quentin Tarantino, 56, welcomed his first child with his wife Daniella Pick, 36, on Saturday; pictured in July in London

Growing family: Legendary director Quentin Tarantino, 56, welcomed his first child with his wife Daniella Pick, 36, on Saturday; pictured in July in London

The baby was born at Tel Aviv’s Ichilov hospital, according to the Jerusalem Post.

Daniella is Israeli, which seems to explain why they wanted their child born there.

So far, the couple haven’t revealed the name of their child.

The two are currently based in Beverly Hills, but last November they began renting an apartment in a tony neighborhood in the Israeli coastal city, suggesting a possible permanent move. 

On the move: The baby was born at Tel Aviv's Ichilov hospital, according to the Jerusalem Post. Daniella is Israeli, which seems to explain why they wanted their child born there; shown in July

On the move: The baby was born at Tel Aviv’s Ichilov hospital, according to the Jerusalem Post. Daniella is Israeli, which seems to explain why they wanted their child born there; shown in July

Secret: So far, the couple haven't revealed the name of their child; pictured in May in Cannes, France

Secret: So far, the couple haven’t revealed the name of their child; pictured in May in Cannes, France

‘I have some short trips [back to the US] planned for the [Oscar] awards ceremony,’ Tarantino previously told the Israeli publication Yediot Aharonot. ‘And of course, we’ll be here for the birth and after.’ 

This is the first child for either Tarantino or Pick.

He first met the singer in 2009, when the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood auteur was visiting Israel to promote his WWII revenge film Inglourious Basterds.

Things progressed slowly, and the two didn’t start dating until 2016, with a June 2017 engagement following. 

They married with an intimate ceremony in their Beverly Hills home on November 28, 2018, and the two announced that they were expecting their first child in August 2019.

Relocating: The two are currently based in Beverly Hills, but last November they began renting an apartment in Tel Aviv, suggesting a permanent move; pictured in May in Cannes, France

Relocating: The two are currently based in Beverly Hills, but last November they began renting an apartment in Tel Aviv, suggesting a permanent move; pictured in May in Cannes, France

Taking their time: They met in 2009 while Tarantino was promoting Inglourious Basterds in Israel, though they didn't start dating until 2016. The two were engaged in 2017 and married the following year; shown in July

Taking their time: They met in 2009 while Tarantino was promoting Inglourious Basterds in Israel, though they didn’t start dating until 2016. The two were engaged in 2017 and married the following year; shown in July

Back on top: Tarantino had a banner 2019 with the release of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which garnered some of the best reviews of his career; Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt shown

Back on top: Tarantino had a banner 2019 with the release of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which garnered some of the best reviews of his career; Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt shown

Tarantino had a banner year in 2019 with the release of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which garnered some of the best reviews of his career.

The film currently boasts an 85 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

It also earned an impressive $374.3 million dollars against a budget of less than $100 million. 

Leonardo DiCaprio starred in the movie as Rick Dalton, a star of 1950s TV Westerns who fears his career is nearing its end as he struggles to adapt in the changing Hollywood of 1969.

Aging lions: DiCaprio and Pitt starred opposite Margot Robbie's Sharon Tate as aging stars trying to navigate the changing Hollywood of 1969

Aging lions: DiCaprio and Pitt starred opposite Margot Robbie’s Sharon Tate as aging stars trying to navigate the changing Hollywood of 1969

Brad Pitt was also featured in a major role as his friend and stunt double Cliff Booth, and the film juxtaposed their experiences in the industry with the growing menace of the Manson family and the promise of rising star Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie).

The film earned multiple awards for Brad Pitt’s supporting role, including the Academy Award.

It was also honored at the Oscars for Best Production Design for its breathtaking recreation of Los Angeles in the late 1960s.

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