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Elton John, David Furnish welcome 2nd son
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The couple say they are “overwhelmed with happiness” at the birth of Elijah Joseph Daniel Furnish-John.
John’s spokeswoman Fran Curtis confirmed an announcement on the singer’s website that the baby was born Friday in Los Angeles. The infant, born to a surrogate mother, weighs 8 pounds, 4 ounces (3.7 kilograms).
John, who is 65, and 50-year-old Furnish wed in a British civil partnership in 2005 and are parents to 2-year-old Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John, born in California in December 2010, also through a surrogate mother.
John told The Guardian newspaper last year that he hoped to have a sibling for Zachary because “it’s difficult to be an only child, and to be an only child of someone famous.”
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