Robert De Niro and Tiffany Chen’s Baby Makes TV Debut on ‘CBS Mornings
Robert De Niro and Tiffany Chen Proudly Introduce Their 3-Month-Old Baby Girl on ‘CBS Mornings.
In a heartwarming moment, Hollywood legend Robert De Niro and his partner, Tiffany Chen, proudly introduced their 3-month-old baby girl to the world on “CBS Mornings.”
Gia Virginia Chen-De Niro, born on April 6, made her television debut, captivating viewers with her adorable presence. Weighing in at 8 pounds and 6 ounces, Gia Virginia is the newest addition to De Niro’s expanding family, marking his seventh child.
The couple shared their joy and reflected on the profound love that De Niro has for his family, leaving viewers touched by their genuine affection.
Robert De Niro and Tiffany Chen’s 3-month-old baby, Gia Virginia Chen-De Niro, made her television debut on “CBS Mornings.”
Born on April 6, weighing 8 pounds and 6 ounces, Gia Virginia is the seventh child of Robert De Niro, as revealed by De Niro himself during an interview with “CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King in May.
During the interview, Tiffany Chen expressed that their daughter has brought more joy into their lives.
She also shared that one of the best things about De Niro is his immense love for his family.
Chen’s heartfelt words even brought a touch of emotion to the conversation, making her laugh through teary eyes.
During her interview with “CBS Mornings,” Tiffany Chen courageously opened up about her battle with Bell’s palsy following the birth of her daughter.
Despite having a relatively smooth pregnancy, Chen began experiencing distressing symptoms in her face shortly after giving birth.
She described the unsettling sensation, saying,
“It was like everything was starting to just fall down on itself. Like, my face was melting on itself.”
Chen’s condition worsened just a week after delivery, prompting her to seek medical attention.
An MRI revealed that she was suffering from Bell’s palsy, a rare and unexplained medical disorder characterized by severe muscle weakness or facial paralysis.
Bell’s palsy affects only around 40,000 people in the United States each year. The National Institutes of Health note that pregnant individuals have a threefold increased risk of developing Bell’s palsy, particularly in the third trimester and early postpartum phase.
Chen’s candidness shed light on a lesser-known aspect of postpartum health and highlighted the challenges she faced during this period.
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