Nicolas Cage has plenty of experience when it comes to marriage. The veteran actor has been married 4 times before tying the knot with Riko Shibata. Months earlier, Cage shared that he’s expecting a baby with Riko. Now, more exciting news has come to light.

The Oscar winner recently revealed that he is “thrilled” to be expecting a baby girl with wife Riko Shibata. Cage sat down for an upcoming episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, and made the heartwarming announcement while promoting his new comedy, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.

“I’m gonna announce some big news for everybody — I’m gonna have a little girl,” 

Cage also explained that he and Shibata have already decided on a name, which is inspired both by his “favorite song ever written” by The Beatles, “Across the Universe,” off their 1970 album Let It Be and his father’s name, August Coppola. Cage shared that, “Her name is gonna be Lennon Auggie,” before adding, “I’m gonna call her Lenny for short.”

After some heartfelt celebration and congrats from Clarkson, Cage said in a excited voice, “I’m thrilled! It’s gonna be the biggest adventure of my life.” Fans are certainly happy to see their beloved star doing well after tough few years. Everybody will be happy if this relationship lasts long unlike the previous ones Cage had.

Meanwhile, Cage is already a father of two kids from his previous marriage, Kal-El, 16, and Weston, 31. Cage married Patricia Arquette in 1995 and divorced her six years later. Later on, he married Lisa Marie Presley for 107 days in 2002 before divorcing her in November of that year. Stay tuned to Thirsty for future updates.

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Shubham Banerjee

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