File Photo** Australian actress Cate Blanchett is a new mother at 45 after adopting a baby girl, according to a report. The Oscar winner and her husband Andrew Upton are already parents to three young sons, and now they are believed to have welcomed a daughter named Vivienne into the family. Blanchett's representatives apparently confirmed the adoption news to The Australian Women's Weekly publication, and the actress was spotted cradling the baby at Sydney International Airport. Pictures show the Elizabeth star holding the little girl while chatting to an airline representative. The couple is already parents to Dashiell, 13, Roman, 10, and Ignatius, six.** BLANCHETT PREGNANT WITH THIRD CHILD Actress CATE BLANCHETT has put a stop to reports speculating about her expanding waistline - she's announced she is expecting her third child. The Oscar winner, 38, first sparked pregnancy rumours in October (07), when she stepped out to promote her latest film Elizabeth: The Golden Age in Rome, Italy, sporting a sexy new fuller figure. The star made the confession during a red-carpet appearance in Australia on Saturday (03Nov07), when she revealed she is four months pregnant - although she does not yet know the sex of the baby. She says, "It's early days yet. It's due in April." Blanchett already has two children with her husband, playwright Andrew Upton: six-year-old Dashiell and three-year-old Roman. (DG/WNSEX/MT) ANDREW UPTON and CATE BLANCHETT at the BOSS fashion show held at the Deutsche Oper Featuring: file cate blanchett adopts 060315 Where: Berlin, Germany When: 22 Jul 2005 (1 Picture)
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