Baby Bliss! Marco Perego and His Wife Zoe Saldana Welcomed their Third Child to the Family

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Baby Bliss! Marco Perego and His Wife Zoe Saldana Welcomed their Third Child to the Family

The members of Marco Perego’s family has now turned to five as he and his wife Zoe Saldana has welcomed their third baby.

The mother of two, Zoe Saldana revealed the news about the birth of her third child on Saturday, February 18, sharing a picture on her Instagram. In the picture, her twin sons Cy Aridio and Bowie Ezio Perego-Saldana were observed playing with their new baby brother Zen. However, the faces of her kids aren’t clear. Thirty-eight-years-old Avatar actress Zoe captioned the picture as-

"Marco and I are elated to share the news of the the birth of our son Zen, We couldn't feel more blessed with the new addition to our family. #threeboys... oh boy!"

 

 Zoe, who is notoriously private regarding her personal life wasn’t pregnant recently. Although she revealed her excitement about her new baby, she didn’t reveal whether Zen was born via surrogate or was adopted. On Monday, February 13, the pair was seen leaving Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles with the newborn child.

Thirty-seven-years-old Marco and his wife Zoe are already proud parents of twin boys Bowie and Cy. Bowie and Cy were born in November 2014.

Italian artist, Marco got married to beautiful Zoe Saldana in June 2013 in a secret wedding. Meanwhile, rumors were spreading about their wedding, to which Zoe replied,

"I've known my partner for five years. I knew of his work. I knew of him. Then we met. And months later, we both made the decision to do what we both individually vowed never to do—to get married."

She also stated that she got married because she believes in love. Her statement revealed,

"Because I believe in love? Because I don't want my kids to be called bastards? No. Those reasons are not natural to me. Maybe for tax reasons, I would have done it."

"As soon as we decided we were going to get married, we didn't wait. We did it three weeks later. That part was very, very quick."