“Welcome to Late Night, I’m your host, Da-da,” he joked to open the show. "Her name is Winnie Rose Fallon and she’s so cute. I’m giving you all the details. She’s 5 lbs, 9 ounces. I got down to the ounce -- that’s how I weigh myself as well.”
Fallon said that he and his wife, Nancy, are so happy. In fact, Fallon hasn't even taken off his hospital bracelet yet. But perhaps the most surprising thing about his big news was that it was such big news. His wife, Nancy, gave birth on Tuesday morning. Prior to that, it hadn't even been reported that the two were expecting.
Maybe because the media was so busy following the royal pregnancy. Little Prince George was born on Monday, so Fallon said they were going to have to set up a playdate.
Fallon met his wife, a producer, back in 2007 on the set of "Fever Pitch." He's 38-years old, Nancy is 46, and this is their first child together. Nancy is one of Drew Barrymore's best friends, so it's probably more likely that baby Winnie will be having playdates with Barrymore's daughter, Olive.
Olive will probably be thrilled. After all, as Barrymore pointed out recently on "Late Night," Olive absolutey loves Fallon. "She gets like very, coquettish deer eyes with him," Barrymore said.
Catch the proud new papa every weeknight at 12:37 a.m. ET on NBC's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."
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