Jessica Biel Happy To Be Mom To A Baby Boy; Husband Justin Timberlake Bursting With Pride


Jessica Biel Happy To Be Mom To A Baby Boy; Husband Justin Timberlake Bursting With Pride
Jessica Biel Happy To Be Mom To A Baby Boy; Husband Justin Timberlake Bursting With Pride

With the birth of baby Silas, Jessica Biel is just beaming about having a second boy to take after her first, husband Justin Timberlake.

A source told Us Weekly , the “Total Recall” actress reportedly have been dreaming about being a mother to boys, so “it worked out perfectly.”

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are reportedly planning to raise baby Silas in their home in Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana, away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi.

“Their house is all set up for the baby.

They want to raise him out of the spotlight,” the source said.

Another insider told Us Weekly that, “Jessica is happiest when she’s in the mountains.” But it doesn’t mean that baby Silas will become a hermit as Jessica Biel has some business commitments in Los Angeles.

“Jess is opening her kids’ restaurant, Au Fudge, near L.A.

in five months and has tons of meetings,” the article added.

As for the “Suits and Tie” singer Justin Timberlake, the source said, “Justin is so excited, he doesn’t know what to do with himself!” Justin Timberlake’s mom, Lynn Harless, has already volunteered for babysitting duties, as she allegedly said that “she wants Silas all to herself.” In a hilarious article for Vanity Fair , Richard Lawson wrote that it would be unrealistic for Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel to raise baby Silas in Big Sky, Montana.

“What will young Silas become, out there in that craggy expanse? A gun-totin’, pickup-drivin’, laconic man of the range?” he wrote.

“A chill ski brah with long hair and a slightly stoned expression glazed across his perpetually chapped face?” He added, “I know there are some celebrity kids who really were raised out in Sun Valley and stuff (your Willises, for example), but they still have all the L.A.

and New York connections that the move to the mountains was, in some ways, meant to shield them from.”

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