Reports: Mother Of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Love Child Revealed
Just a day after news broke that Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child with a former staffer, the identity of the alleged mother has been revealed, according to multiple reports.
According to Radar Online and ABC News, Mildred Baena, 50, is reportedly the mother of the former Calif. Governor’s child, who is said to be 14. She reportedly worked at the Schwarzenegger-Shriver home as a housekeeper and an assistant for more than 20 years.
According to People, Baena describes herself on her MySpace page as a “proud parent” and states that she’s “dating or searching for a serious relationship.”
Baena reportedly retired from her job with the famous family in January.
Access Hollywood obtained a copy of the child’s birth certificate, which lists Rogelio Baena as the father of the child – born on October 2, 1997 – just days after Schwarzenegger and Shriver’s youngest son Christopher was born on September 27, 1997. The child, now 13, was born in Burbank, Calif.
According to Baenas’ divorce papers – also obtained by Access – Mildred and Rogelio separated less than a month after the child was born. Despite being named on the child’s birth certificate, they did not list having any minor children together. Mildred filed for divorce on February 13, 2008.
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Schwarzenegger acknowledged that he fathered a child with an unidentified staffer on Tuesday. On Monday night, Shriver – who was in Chicago for one of Oprah Winfrey’s final shows – dined with the talk show host, partner Stedman Graham and best friend Gayle King at Chicago’s RL Restaurant, People reported.
The couple announced their separation last week after 25 years of marriage. They have four kids together: Katherine, 21, Christina, 19, Patrick, 17, and Christopher, 13.
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