'Mr Bean' Rowan Atkinson to become a father at 62

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Mr Bean actor Rowan Atkinson is set to become a father again at 62.

The star, who has two grown up children from his first marriage, is expecting his first child with actress Louise Ford, who is 29-years his junior.

Atkinson already has two grown-up children Ben, 23, and daughter Lily, 21, from his previous marriage. The reports come after Louise was spotted with a large baby bump while shopping in North London on Sunday. It's a very happy time for them both'.

Louise is well-known for her roles in The Windsors and Crashing on Channel 4.

OK! Online has contacted Rowan's agent for confirmation.

Rowan Atkinson is one of Britain's most successful actors with an estimated fortune of 70 million pounds and famous roles like Blackadder in the BBC series of the same name, and the silent comic Mr Bean, a character first seen in 1990 and celebrated on its 25th anniversary at the Buckingham Palace in 2015.

The news about Rowan become a father again comes just a month after it was reported that his daughter Lily had chose to change her name. Speaking about the name change, a source told the Daily Mail: "It's a real mystery". The burlesque dancer ditched her father's surname and adopted the maiden name of her mother, Sunetra Sastry. I hope she hasn't fallen out with her dad. "Not particularly challenging for someone with your abilities but it will massively entertain!"

Rowan Atkinson as Mr Bean. "They'll be excellent parents".

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