Stars who had kids later in life

Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster — pictured with his kids Kimberly, Sean, Ruby, and Liam — are expecting their second baby just before Penny’s 40th birthday. The new addition to the family will be the 65-year-old rocker’s seventh child.
Jack Nicholson
Jack Nicholson, with son Raymond and daughter Lorraine, was 55 when Raymond, his first son was born. After having had two daughters, the three-time Oscar winner joked, “I finally got it right.”
Larry King
After their first son, Chase, was born in 1999, late-night host Larry King and his seventh wife Shawn welcomed their second child, Cannon Edward King, in 2000 when the CNN interviewer was 66 years old. Earlier this year, the couple put a halt to divorce proceedings, citing the importance of “being a family.”
Clint Eastwood
The iconic actor and Academy Award-winning director was 66 years old when daughter Morgan (left) was born. Eastwood, now 80, says he makes sure to stay involved in his 13-year-old daughter’s life in spite of his busy work schedule. Morgan’s half-sister Francesca Fisher-Eastwood (right) is 17.
Charlie Chaplin
Think celebrities fathering children during their golden years is a relatively recent trend? Think again. Charlie Chaplin — the biggest star of the silent film era — had his 11th child when he was 73! That was over 40 years after his first child was born. Here, Charlie is pictured with some of his children, ranging in age from 7 to 22.
Mick Jagger
The Rolling Stones frontman — pictured with his dad Joe, and daughters Karis and Elizabeth — welcomed his seventh child, Lucas Maurice Morad Jagger, into the world when he was 55. (The perpetually energetic rocker is now 67.) Will the seventh birth prove to be “the last time” for Jagger?
Kevin Costner
“Dances With Wolves” star Kevin Costner celebrated the birth of his seventh child, daughter Grace Avery, in June at the age of 55. The father of seven has three children with his current wife Christine Baumgartner, including his adorable 3-year-old son Cayden, pictured.
Mel Gibson
Less than a year ago, Russian pianist Oksana Grigorieva gave birth to Lucia, the eighth child for then 53-year-old actor Mel Gibson. Needless to say, that celebration seems to have been short-lived.
Michael Douglas
Power couple Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones celebrated the birth of their second child, daughter Carys Zeta, in 2003 when the Academy Award-winning actor was 58 years old. Considering Michael’s 93-year-old father, Kirk, is still living, the younger Douglas will probably be in the lives of his kids, who also include Cameron, 31, and Dylan Michael, 10, for a long time.
Paul McCartney
As a member of The Beatles in the 1960s, Paul McCartney wondered what life would be like “when I’m 64.” He probably didn’t expect to be raising a baby girl, but McCartney and ex-wife Heather Mills had Beatrice Mills McCartney when Paul was 61.
Anthony Quinn
Anthony Quinn, pictured here with actress and friend Joan Collins, was the father of 13 children and was married three times. His youngest child was born when the actor was 81.
David Letterman
David Letterman and his longtime partner, Regina Lasko, had Harry Joseph Letterman — named after Dave’s dad — when the CBS host was 56 years old. The couple finally wed in 2009 when Harry Joseph was 5. –By Joseph Brannigan Lynch and Rubie Edmondson

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