Al Pacino, the 83-year-old “Scarface” actor, recently reunited with his ex-girlfriend Beverly D’Angelo, 71, and their 22-year-old twins Anton and Olivia for a family outing at an escape room in Los Angeles. The pair had a serious discussion outside the escape room. Although they never got married, Pacino and D’Angelo have remained close friends since their split in 2004.
The reunion comes after Pacino’s representative confirmed that he is expecting his fourth child with his 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah. In a video obtained by the Daily Mail, Pacino broke his silence on Alfallah’s pregnancy, calling it “very special” and saying that he has “many kids” but this one is “really special coming at this time.” While Pacino doesn’t know the gender of the baby, Alfallah is reportedly eight months pregnant.
Despite rumors that the couple has broken up, a source confirmed that they are still together. Alfallah, who comes from a wealthy family, has been dating Pacino since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Beverly D’Angelo talks about her unique relationship with Pacino
On May 21, D’Angelo posted an Instagram video discussing her relationship with Pacino. The two first met 27 years ago and fell in love, eventually having two children and living together for seven years before breaking up. However, they continued to co-parent their children and remained close friends.
D’Angelo describes their relationship as “unique,” allowing for a deeper level of intimacy, honesty, and acceptance than a traditional relationship. They have shared their experiences and emotions “through thick and thin,” and continue to have conversations about acting and the need for expression.
While some may find it unusual for Pacino to be spending time with his ex-girlfriend while expecting a child with someone else, his relationship with D’Angelo seems to be anything but conventional. In fact, their friendship and co-parenting relationship may serve as an example of how two people can remain close despite the end of a romantic relationship.