Quentin Tarantino and wife Daniela Beck, 39, welcome their second child, a daughter, over the weekend.

Quentin Tarantino, 59, and wife Daniela Beck, 38, welcomed their second child, their daughter, over the weekend.

As Americans celebrate the country’s birth, director Quentin Tarantino and his wife Daniela Beck have another reason to celebrate: the birth of their daughter.

The 59-year-old director and his 38-year-old singer wife welcomed their daughter on July 2, the couple confirmed to People.

“Daniella and Quentin Tarantino are delighted to announce that Daniela has given birth to their baby girl on July 2, 2022, younger sister Leo, their first child,” the couple said in a statement.

Celebration: As Americans celebrate the country’s birth, director Quentin Tarantino and his wife Daniela have another reason to celebrate: the birth of their daughter

Tarantino and his wife confirmed that they were expecting their second child in February, with their first child, Leo, in February 2020.

The happy couple first met in 2009 when the director was in the homeland of Pick Israel, while promoting his movie Inglourious Basterds.

They tied the knot in November 2018 at their Beverly Hills home, with their Israeli-born son Leo, splitting time between Los Angeles and Israel.

Expectation: Tarantino and his wife confirmed that they were expecting their second child in February, with the birth of their first child, Leo, in February 2020.

Expectation: Tarantino and his wife confirmed that they were expecting their second child in February, with the birth of their first child, Leo, in February 2020.

While many have speculated that Tarantino named his first child after his frequent assistant Leonardo DiCaprio, he revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live that this is not the case.

“We almost didn’t name it because people assume I named it after Leonardo DiCaprio,” Tarantino admitted.

“There’s nothing wrong with that, but… He was named after my wife’s grandfather, but also because in our hearts, he was our little lion,” the director added.

Speculation: While many have speculated that Tarantino named his first child after his frequent assistant Leonardo DiCaprio, it was revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live that this is not the case.

Speculation: While many have speculated that Tarantino named his first child after his frequent assistant Leonardo DiCaprio, it was revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live that this is not the case.

The director had previously hinted that he would retire after his tenth film, which would be the next one to make, although it’s still unclear what that might be.

Tarantino was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Rome Film Festival in October, where he admitted he had no idea about his tenth film.

When asked if he could do a sequel to a Kill Bill he had previously hinted at, the director said shyly, “Why not?”

Unclear: The director has previously hinted at retiring after his 10th film, which will be the next film he makes, though it's still unclear what that could be.

Unclear: The director has previously hinted at retiring after his 10th film, which will be the next film he makes, though it’s still unclear what that could be.

The director also made it clear that he was keen to delve into the comedy as he described the unspecified Spaghetti Western project he was planning.

But Tarantino, whose award was taken by Italian director Dario Argento, has suggested that West may not be a movie.

He said: It’s not like my next movie. It’s part of something else I’m thinking of doing – and I won’t describe what it is. But part of that thing, it’s supposed to have spaghetti western in it.

Western: The director also made it clear that he is keen to delve into the comedy as he described the unspecified Spaghetti Western project he is planning.

Western: The director also made it clear that he is keen to delve into the comedy as he described the unspecified Spaghetti Western project he is planning.

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