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Elon Musk secretly welcomed third child with Neuralink exec Shivon Zilis earlier this year: report

Congratulations may be in order for Elon Musk.

According to Bloomberg, the billionaire allegedly welcomed his third child with top Neuralink executive Shivon Zilis earlier this year, bringing his brood to 12.

Zilis declined to comment and Musk didn’t get back to the outlet.

Elon Musk has reportedly welcomed a third child with Neuralink executive Shivon Zilis. /

The pair previously welcomed twins Strider and Azure in November 2021. @WalterIsaacson / Twitter

Similarly, Reps for the X CEO did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

The 52-year-old Tesla mogul previously welcomed twins Strider and Azure with Zilis, 38, in November 2021.

The tots’ arrival came just one month before the birth of daughter Exa Dark Sideræl, aka Y, whom he and then-partner Grimes welcomed via surrogate.

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Sources anonymously revealed the birth of the couple’s third child to Bloomberg in a report published on Friday. shivon/Twitter

The insiders told the outlet Zilis and Musk welcomed the new addition earlier this year. @shivon/X

Musk also shares sons Techno Mechanicus and X with the musician, who sued him over parental rights to their three children last September.

The controversial businessman is also father to twins Griffin and Vivian, who were born in 2004, and triplets Kai, Saxon and Damian, who arrived in 2006, with his ex-wife Justine.

When Page Six congratulated him on the arrival of his youngest set of twins, Musk replied, “Bravo to big families.

The new baby brings Musk’s brood of children to 12. elonmusk/Instagram

He also shares three children with Grimes and five children with his ex-wife Justine Musk. Getty Images for TIME

As far as how many kids he would like to have, he said “As many as I am able to spend time with and be a good father.”

Musk repeated the sentiment in 2022 when he tweeted, “A collapsing birth rate is the biggest danger civilization faces, by far.”

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