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Matthew McConaughey: Actor and his new wife expecting 3rd child
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NEW YORK (AP) — Actor Matthew McConaughey and his wife, Camila, aren't just newlyweds; they're also expecting.
Mr. McConaughey's representative confirmed that the actor's wife is pregnant with the couple's third child. Both Mr. McConaughey and his bride tweeted the news on Wednesday.
"Happy birthday America, more good news, Camila and I are expecting our 3rd child," the actor wrote, "God bless, just keep livin."
The baby will join a son named Levi, who turns 4 this week, and 2-year-old daughter Vida.
Mr. McConaughey, 42, wed 29-year-old Brazilian-born Camila Alves last month in a ceremony at their Austin, Texas, home.
Mrs. McConaughey is a handbag designer and model who will begin appearing in Macy's ads next month. Mr. McConaughey has been busy promoting his new film, "Magic Mike."
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