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Offspring with "Harry Potter"-Star son of Hugh Hefner becomes father of twins

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Cooper Hefner and Scarlett Byrne will be parents again – and twice. The son of “Playboy” founder Hugh Hefner and the “Harry Potter” actress are expecting twins.

Cooper Hefner and Scarlett Byrne can look forward to having offspring again. The 30-year-old and his wife, who is one year older than him, will become parents again – and not just once, but twice. As the couple announced to the US magazine “People”, the actress is pregnant with twins.

“Scarlett and I couldn’t be happier to continue our parenting adventure together,” the son of the late Playboy boss Hugh Hefner told celebrity magazine. For the businessman and the actress, the twins are not the first offspring. The two already have a daughter. Betsy Rose was born in the summer of 2020.

Cooper Hefner and Scarlett Byrne became a couple in 2015. The American entrepreneur and the British actress tied the knot on November 4, 2019. Baby Betsy followed in 2020. In the coming year the family will be five. The 31-year-old posted a picture with a baby bump on Instagram. “Grateful for our growing family,” she wrote about the snapshot.

At 30, Cooper Hefner is Hugh Hefner’s youngest child. He was born on September 4, 1991 in Los Angeles. Even during his studies he worked in his father’s company. After a break in which he founded a media start-up, he returned to the company.

In 2019, two years after his father’s death, he became Head of Global Partnerships. In 2019 he left “Playboy” to enroll in the Air Force. Like his father, Cooper Hefner is committed to the Democratic Party. In 2022 he is a candidate for the California Senate.

Scarlett Byrne was born in London on October 6, 1990. After her first TV roles, she played the nasty Slytherin student Pansy Parkinson from 2009 in the “Harry Potter” series. She had recurring appearances in the series “Falling Skies” and “Vampire Diaries”.

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