Jimmy Fallon Carries Baby Girl Winnie in NYC: Picture

Celebrity Moms Aug. 8, 2013 AT 2:25PM
Jimmy Fallon and newborn daughter Winnie Rose
Late night host Jimmy Fallon stepped out in NYC carrying his two-week-old baby girl Winnie in his arms on Aug. 8. Credit: Doug Meszler/Splash News

Jimmy Fallon is already a daddy pro. The 38-year-old comedian welcomed his first child, daughter Winnie Rose, on July 23 with wife Nancy Fallon. On Thursday, Aug. 8, the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon host was photographed leaving his NYC apartment carrying a briefcase in one hand and his precious newborn baby girl in the other.

PHOTOS: Dads on duty

Fallon wrapped his two-week-old daughter in a pink and white animal blanket and skillfully cradled her in one arm. The adorable newborn waved her hand out at photographers while keeping her eyes shut.

PHOTOS: Sexy celeb dads

Winnie's July 23 birth came as a complete surprise to Fallon's fans as he never mentioned he and wife Nancy, who wed in 2007, were expecting. "It's been a crazy couple days, well actually, just one day. It was just yesterday. It feels like I've had a four day conference. It's very taxing on the fathers. I don't know how it is for the mothers, but very taxing," Fallon joked during his opening monologue the next day. "I'm emotionally drained. I'm a father of a beautiful baby girl. She's so cute. Her name is Winnie Rose Fallon and she's so cute. She's 5 lbs, 9 oz."

PHOTOS: Best-dressed TV hosts

Fallon had long expressed the desire to become a father. In an interview with Parade magazine in 2011, the former Saturday Night Live standout said, "I want to be a dad. That's floating to the top of my list. I think it's such an important thing. I'm at the age where everyone has kids, and I ask them, 'Is it like a puppy?' And they go, 'It's 10 times a puppy.'"

How we use your email
X

We may use your e-mail address to send you the newsletter and offers that may interest you, on behalf of Us Weekly and its partners. For more information please read our Privacy Policy.

comments powered by Disqus

ADVERTISEMENT