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Actor Cameron Diaz welcomes baby boy with husband Benji Madden
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Actor Cameron Diaz welcomes baby boy with husband Benji Madden

| @indiablooms | 24 Mar 2024, 08:13 pm

Hollywood actor Cameron Diaz and her musician husband Benji Madden have welcomed a baby boy.

The couple announced the birth of their son, Cardinal Madden, on Friday, March 22, in a joint Instagram post.

They wrote, "We are blessed and excited to announce the birth of our Son, Cardinal Madden. He is awesome and We are all so happy he is here! For the kid's safety and privacy we won’t be posting any pictures- but he’s a really cute. We are feeling so blessed and grateful. Sending much love from our fam to yours. Best wishes and Good Afternoon!! (sic)."

Diaz, 51, and Madden, 45 welcomed their first child, daughter Raddix, in 2020.

The couple took to Instagram to share their happiness and gratitude with their followers.

Diaz and Madden also made it clear that they would not be sharing any photos of their child to ensure his safety and privacy.

The couple has always protected their children's privacy and consistently maintained a low profile regarding their personal lives.

Diaz, known for her performances in movies like 'There’s Something About Mary' and 'Charlie's Angels', tied the knot with Madden, a member of the band Good Charlotte, in 2015.

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