Posted in Arnold Schwarzenegger, arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver, PEOPLE, POLITICS & GOV'T, SPORTS, tagged arnold schwarzenegger's lookalike son picture, arnold schwarzenegger's secret child, maria shriver, mildred baena and son picture, picture of arnold schwarzenegger young, picture of arnold schwarzenegger's child, schwarzenegger's baby mama photo on May 18, 2011 |
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(See previous post, “Arnold Schwarzenegger: I Have a Love Child.”)
ABC News has reported that Mildred Patricia Baena — who the network says worked as a housekeeper for the family of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver — is the mother of the former California governor’s fifth child, a son. The boy, Joseph, who is 14, is the spitting image of Schwarzenegger, down to his signature grin.
Former Schwarzenegger housekeeper Mildred Baena, 47, poses with her son in a photo from her MySpace page. The son is purported to be Arnold Schwarzenegger's out-of wedlock child who was born on Oct. 2, 1997, five days after Arnold's wife, Maria Shriver, gave birth to his son, Christopher.
Compare the two faces of Arnold and his son.
Arnold Schwarzenegger as a young bodybuilder
Mildred "Patty" Baena's son, fathered by Arnold Schwarzenegger
See TMZ for the latest on this developing story.
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Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, 63, admits fathering a child with a member of his household staff. For over 20 years, the unnamed woman worked for Arnold and his wife, Maria Shriver, and just recently left her job.
- Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger during happier times.
Although the event happened over 10 years ago, Arnold just revealed it to Maria, 55, earlier this year, leading to the couple’s split. The couple have four children together, ages 14, 18, 20 and 21.
Read more at The Daily Mail.
Readers, read more about Arnold on this blog: “Arnold Schwarzenegger: Master of All He Surveys.”
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Posted in Arnold Schwarzenegger, PEOPLE, tagged Arnold Schwarzenegger on a horse, Arnold Schwarzennegger, body building, California, Governor Schwarzenegger, Malibu, Mr. Olympia, Pumping Iron, Schwarzenegger photo by Annie Leibovitz, the Terminator, Vanity Fair magazine, Vanity Fair photos on October 7, 2009 |
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Arnold Schwarzenegger in Malibu, California, 1988, photographed for Vanity Fair by Annie Leibovitz
The portraits of Arnold Schwarzenegger by Annie Leibowitz represent a long collaboration. The two first worked together in 1975, when Arnold was competing in the Mr. Olympia body-bulding contest in South Africa. Arnold was 28 then and had already won the contest five times. It was this Mr. Olympia competition that formed the basis for the film “Pumping Iron” that introduced Arnold to the world.
In her memoir*, Leibovitz recalls a photo session that took place in Arnold’s hotel room during the Mr. Olympia competition.
“Arnold was walking around naked that morning. Like most models or athletes who love their bodies, Arnold didn’t mind being naked….”
Arnold had big dreams for himself. Leibovitz heard Arnold say to the “Pumping Iron” filmmakers:
“‘I got the feeling that I was meant to be more than just an average guy running around, that I was chosen to do something special. I was always dreaming about very powerful people, dictators and things like that. Or some savior, like Jesus.’
Ten years later he was the Terminator. I shot him for the Vanity Fair Hall of Fame in 1988 [image shown here]. We were shooting on the beach and he said he had a horse, and I said well, bring it along, not thinking much about it. I couldn’t believe it when the horse showed up. It looked like Arnold. Arnold’s thigh in those white pants looks like the horse’s thigh.”
*Leibovitz, Annie. Annie Leibovitz at Work. New York: Random House, Inc., 2008.
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