Al Pacino's girlfriend is saying hello to sunshine.
Noor Alfallah, who is eight months pregnant with the Scarface actor's baby, gave social media followers a glimpse into how she's spending her third trimester.
The 29-year-old shared a snap on her Instagram Stories May 31 showcasing the stunning view of blue skies overlooking a body of water, with palm trees in the background. The producer added her location and time to the story, with: "La Quinta, California 5:10 P.M."
Pacino's rep confirmed to E! News May 31 that he was going to be a father for the fourth time, this baby being his first with Alfallah. The Godfather star, 83, is also dad to Julie Pacino, 33, with ex Jan Tarrant, along with twins Anton Pacino, 22, and Olivia Pacino, 22, with ex Beverly D'Angelo, who he dated from 1997 to 2003.
The pregnancy news comes over a year after the Oscar winner sparked romance rumors with Alfallah in April 2022 when the two were spotted exiting the Felix Restaurant in Venice, Calif., together. While the pair have largely kept their relationship private, Alfallah shared an April photo with Pacino celebrating a friend's exhibit at a gallery.
When it comes to fatherhood, Pacino takes a hands on approach.
"I'm responsible to them," he told The New Yorker in 2014. "I'm a part of their life. When I'm not, it's upsetting to me and to them. So that's part of the gestalt. And I get a lot from it. It takes you out of yourself."
As for how Pacino's pals feel about his soon-to-be newest addition?
"He's a few years older than me," Robert De Niro—who starred in films like The Godfather II, Heat and The Irishman alongside Pacino—explained during the June 1 episode of Today. "God bless him. Very happy for him."
And De Niro would know a little something about becoming a dad again, as he welcomed his seventh baby, Gia, with girlfriend Tiffany Chen three weeks ago.
"It feels great," he told host Hoda Kotb. "I have certain awareness. When you're older, you have awareness of certain things in life, dynamics. Everything, family dynamics. You can't avoid learning certain things and then how you can deal with those, manage them and this and that."