PM becomes grandpa for second time

August 11, 2011 17:30


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, 61, became a grandfather for the second time on Thursday, when his daughter Noa gave birth to her second son.

Noa is the Prime Minister's daughter from his first of three marriages, to Miki Haran. Noa is married to Daniel Roth. The couple's first son was born two years ago.

The Prime Minister's Office put out a statement saying that Netanyahu and his wife Sara called their daughter and son-in-law in the hospital and congratulated them on the birth.  According to the statement,  mother and child are healthy, and the brit is scheduled for next Thursday.

Netanyahu and Sara have two sons, Avner and Yair.

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