#AlexOLoughlin chats to TV WEEK about fatherhood (2012)

Lion Pride

TV Week

20 November 2012

Aussie star Alex O’Loughlin was glowing with fatherly pride when he told TV WEEK of the birth of his baby son, Lion Kahano, last week.

He’s a little cub right now, but one day he’ll grow up to be a lion,”

the Hawaii Five-0 star said of the newborn, who was welcomed into the world on October 25.

When asked about the choice of name, the actor and father to Saxon, 15 – his son from a previous relationship, couldn’t stop a cheeky grin spreading across his face.

“I don’t really set the sights high for my kids with names like Saxon and Lion, right,” he laughs.

The 36-year-old actor, who has been dating model Malia Jones, has nothing but praise for the new mum.

“She’s a supportive partner and a terrific woman living with three boys not including me, so it’s like a man factory at my house!”

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Filed under Alex O´Loughlin, Birthdays, Family, Interviews

4 responses to “#AlexOLoughlin chats to TV WEEK about fatherhood (2012)

  1. I remember t5his darling interview and gorgeous baby Lion on Ellen.s show. loved it!! HAPPY FATHER’S DAY Alex.


  2. Lulu

    What a proud papa! And, how sweet of him to say such nice things about Malia. Seems like a wonderful family.


  3. gracenotpark

    LOL! Alex is always so imminently quotable. 😉


  4. Alex always give’s the best full answers respectfully letting us into his personal life little by little. I can’t believe little “cub” Lion will be turning 5 this October 25th. My how time flies when your having fun. ♥ Alex and Malia make a beautiful couple inside and out. ♥
    Out of curiosity I looked up Kahono and found:
    Kahona ~ Male ~ meaning: priest. http://babynamescountry.com/meanings/Kahana.html


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