Our baby boy is finally here! Booker Jombe Parker. Born joyously at home yesterday— Thandie Newton (@thandienewton) March 4, 2014
And Thandie Newton has given birth to her third child again at home with help of midwives.
My 3rd home birth with brilliant independent midwife Caroline Flint - and Carole Goddard @PhoenixMidwives. Keep independent midwifery alive!— Thandie Newton (@thandienewton) March 5, 2014
Six weeks after Booker's birth, Thandie publicly shared the first photo of Booker on her twitter account with 11,000 followers. ‘Happy holidays’ is the title of the tweet in which the cute little Booker is lying comfortably on her mother's chest.
Happy Holidays pic.twitter.com/yRa8ik9JAP— Thandie Newton (@thandienewton) April 15, 2014
41 year old British actress Thandie Newton married director Ol Parker in 1998. The couple already has a 13 year old daughter, Ripley, and a 9 year old son Nico. Booker is their third child.
Thandie's husband Ol was also very happy at the birth of his third child. He also took to twitter to share his delight.
We had a baby, that's a beautiful thing. He's called Booker, and while he doesn't do much yet, I suspect him to be awesome.— Ol Parker (@olparker1) March 4, 2014
Ol Parker also thanked all his fans for sending their good wishes for the new baby’s health.
— Ol Parker (@olparker1) March 5, 2014
DailyMail reported that Thandie 'announced her pregnancy in September and later admitted she was finding it tough working on action-packed police drama Rogue, in which she plays undercover cop Grace Travis.'
She said: 'Basically, I had two options; to withdraw from the show which would have meant the show collapsing, or to commit regardless.
'I'd seem actresses takes on meaty un-pregnant roles while carrying babies - Jodie Foster in Panic Room.
'My agent also reassured me that both Claire Danes and Anna Paquin worked well into their first pregnancies. So - it was all going to work out just fine wasn't it?
'We're on episode nine, and are near enough to finishing for me to be able to chuckle at my naivety in thinking this was going to be anything other than mayhem, with a waddling lead actress at the centre.'