Director Quentin Tarantino and his Israeli wife Daniella Pick are said to be expecting their second baby together, sources said Tuesday.
The pregnancy announcement comes two years after the birth of their first son Leo, who was born. The baby, who was born at Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv, was the first child for both the movie-maker and the singer-model.
Since tying the knot in 2018, the couple has been residing in Israel, while making frequent visits to Los Angeles. The Oscar-winning director has been caught on several occasions wandering the streets of Tel Aviv, attracting the attention of the paparazzi and passersby alike.
The two first met in Israel in 2009, during Tarantino's promotional visit for his film "Inglorious Bastards," describing a fictional account of the fight against the Nazis during WWII.
They rekindled their relationship years later and eventually got engaged in July 2017. The wedding took place in November 2018 in Los Angeles at their house in Beverly Hills, hosting close friends and family for an intimate reform wedding.
In an interview for with Ynet's sister outlet Yedioth Aharonoth, the director last year spoke of his new life in Israel.
"It's wonderful here. We have fun together, I have a woman who is beautiful and amazing, a great wife and a great mother. We look out for each other. Being a father fulfills me deeply."