AceShowbiz - Al Pacino and his girlfriend Noor Alfallah take some time off from their parenting duties. "The Godfather" actor and his 29-year-old girlfriend were photographed having a date night in West Hollywood on Tuesday, June 13.
During the low-key date, the pair were seen stepping out the Sunset Tower Hotel after grabbing dinner together. In the pictures from the outing, the two could be seen waiting outside the L.A. hotspot after enjoying their meal.
For the outing, Al and Noor were twinning in all-black ensembles. Al donned a black top, black pants and black coat as he jazzed up his look with a pair of aviator sunglasses and a multi-color scarf. As for Noor, she opted to conceal her mid-section with a leather jacket.
The couple eventually left the hotel after the valet pulled up with their black Land Rover. The vehicle was noticeably equipped with a baby seat in the rear, but it's unclear if they brought their newborn son along for the date night or not.
Their date night came two days after it was reported that the pair had welcomed a baby boy named Roman Pacino. In a statement to Daily Mail, Al's representative said, "I am confirming that Al Pacino and Noor Alfallah have welcomed a son, named Roman Pacino."
News that Al and Noor were expecting their first child together broke in late May. The "House of Gucci" star allegedly wasn't planning to be a dad again at his age and he even demanded a paternity test from her because he didn't think he could get her pregnant. The test reveals that he's the father of the baby.
Al, however, denied reports stating that he's upset by the pregnancy. Earlier this month, the Academy Award-winning actor said, "It feels like it always will. It's very special, you know. I've got many kids. But this is really special coming at this time."
An insider also previously noted that Al has "always loved" being a dad so is looking forward to the new arrival. The insider told PEOPLE, "Al loves being a father and always has. He is excited. Being a parent is and always was an important part of Al's life."