X-Factor Simon Cowell says “It’s a boy!”
The 53-year-old music mogul shocked the world with the announcement that he was set to become a father. Now the father-to-be has revealed to his close friends that he and Lauren Silverman will welcome a son next year.
Cowell accompanied his pregnant girlfriend New York socialite Lauren Silverman, 36, to an ultrasound recently where they reportedly discovered they will be having boy.
According to sources…Simon is ‘over the moon’ and couldn’t resist spilling the beans to some friends.
During an interview with a UK media source…Cowell spoke about the doctors visit saying ‘I went to see a scan today and it is just surreal. You literally see this thing which is now alive moving around. I feel very paternal right now.’
This is Simon’s first child …. Lauren has a seven-year-old son Adam from her marriage to Andrew Silverman.
Simon Cowell Right Smack Dab in the Middle of Divorce
Simon Cowell is not a happy camper right now. The music mogul, has found himself in the middle of a nasty divorce between Lauren Silverman, the mother of his baby and Andrew Silverman, his former best friend.
According to TMZ.com., Simon HATES the bad publicity and he feels it’s making him look like an underhanded cad.
Sources say Simon has painted a clear picture to Lauren — the money she’ll get from Andrew is minimal because of their prenup, so any significant cash will come from Mr. X Factor himself.
Lauren is nervous and doesn’t want to upset Simon, so she’s feeling the heat. Read more here
Simon Cowell Net Worth
Salary: $95 Million, Net Worth 370 Million
Simon Cowell net worth: Simon Cowell is a British Music executive and television producer who has a net worth of $370 million and an annual salary of $95 million. After a smattering of odd jobs in his youth, Simon was went to work with his father, Eric Philip Cowell, an executive at EMI Music Publishing. Initially starting out in the mail room, Simon worked his way up to music publisher before leaving to form his own label, E&S Music. He then onto Fanfare Records where he would gain success with the signing of singer Sinitta. Cowell remained at Fanfare for eight years until its parent company went to BMG, with Cowell eventually following to form S-Records.
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