While they two aren’t a couple, he’s the baby daddy for sure. Back in April, Benicio’s rep confirmed the rumors, “Benicio is the father and very supportive. Although [he and Kimberly] are not a couple, they are looking forward to the arrival of the baby.”
Benicio was not at the hospital when they baby arrived. Kim was joined by her dad and his wife Penny Lancaster and Kim’s mother and Rob’s first wife, Alana Collins. Imagine is Benicio was there? What a confusing group of people. I imagine Rod Stewart introducing everyone…“Benicio, this is my ex-wife but technically she is now your daughters grandma and that makes Kim your baby momma. So you dating anybody?”
The baby has not been named yet, but came into the world weighing 8lbs 9oz and measuring 22 inches.
The father of the baby, Benicio, is well know for his Oscar winning role in “Traffic” and for playing Che Guevara in “Che.” Benicio has never been married and this is his first child. I wonder how this new family is going to work. Last year while promoting “The Wolfman,” Del Toro said, “Why do I have to get married? Just so I can get divorced?”
Kimberly Stewart is most known for well, being Rod Stewarts daughter. She’s kind of like Paris Hilton, you can technically call her a reality TV star, hell, you can even call her a model, but really, she’s just the daughter of someone more famous.
Kim Stewart has been linked to actors Jude Law and Rhys Ifans in the past and although Kim Stewart and Benicio Del Toro seem like the world most mis-matched coupling, Kim was once engaged to 19-year-old Talan Torriero from the MTV reality show, “Laguna Beach” when she was 26 and they had only known each other a few weeks. While their socialite/reality show backgrounds made more sense together, their ages didn’t. They called off the engagement two weeks later.
Kimberly and Benicio’s “relationship” was supposedly just a no-stings-attached one night stand after meeting at the Chateau Marmont.
This is Rod Stewarts first grandkid and told People magazine that he’s looking forward to becoming a grandparent, “it’s going to be good.”