Al Pacino, 83, and Noor Alfallah, 29, split three months after welcoming baby

Al Pacino and Noor Alfallah have broken up just months after having their baby son Roman.

The 29-year-old has also filed for full physical custody of their child, with the 83-year-old having ‘reasonable visitation rights’, according to legal documents obtained by The Blast.

Noor is also seeking joint legal custody with the Scarface star, which allows him to be involved in major decisions such as schooling.

The Godfather actor welcomed his fourth child – and first with Noor – on June 6, with Roman being born at Cedar’s Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.

A representative for Al confirmed the news in a statement to the Mail Online, writing: ‘I am confirming that Al Pacino and Noor Aldallah have welcomed a son, named Roman Pacino.’

News had broken in May the Heat actor was set to become a father again in his eighties when his then-girlfriend was eight months pregnant.

He was congratulated by Robert De Niro, 80, who recently welcomed his seventh child with girlfriend Tiffany Chen, who said it feels ‘great’ being an older dad.

Robert continued: ‘It feels great. I have certain awareness. When you’re older, you have awareness of certain things in life, dynamics and family dynamics. You can’t avoid learning certain things – how you can deal with those, manage them…’

Al also spoke out about the baby news, saying it felt ‘really special’ to be becoming a father again in his eighties.

He told the Mail: ‘It’s very special, you know.

‘I’ve got many kids. But this is really special coming at this time.’

Oscar winner Al is already dad to Julie, 33, with ex Jan Tarrant, and to twins Anton and Olivia, 22, with Beverly D’Angelo.

It is Noor’s first child, with the star previously dating Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger, 80, and billionaire Nicolas Berggruen, 61. has contacted Al’s reps for comment.

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