Al Pacino’s girlfriend Noor Alfallah, 29, says she has no plans to marry the 83YO actor


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Al Pacino, who has three adult children from previous relationships, has never been married. Photo: TNS

Al Pacino’s baby mama drama has a new chapter. Noor Alfallah, the mother of the Oscar winner’s newborn child, says he has no plans to marry the 83-year-old actor.

The 29-year-old producer told TMZ that while she loves the Hollywood veteran, when it comes to wedding bells, she’s “not the marrying type.”

That tracks for the much-buzzed-about couple, who are seemingly equally yoked. Pacino, who has three adult children from previous relationships, has never been married.

“I’m not in the mood to get married,” Alfallah shared with paparazzi, though she confirmed that she and Pacino plan to spend the holidays together.

The couple began their relationship in 2022 and welcomed their first child together, son Roman, in June.

Earlier this month, court documents related to custody revealed that the House Of Gucci star must pay US$30,000 (RM139,592) a month in child support to Alfallah. According to ET, Pacino also had to pay US$110,000 (RM511,838) upfront to the new mum. Depending on how much money he makes this year, she may get an additional US$90,000 (RM418,786) come year’s end.

Pacino must also contribute an annual installment of US$15,000 (RM69,797) to their son’s education fund as well, and will be fully responsible for any medical expenses that are not covered by insurance.

While the parents share joint legal custody of Roman, Alfallah was granted primary physical custody while Pacino was given visitation. – New York Daily News/Tribune News Service

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