Kyle Martino Cuddles with New Son as He Stays with Ex Eva Amurri and Kids amid Social Distancing
Days after exes Kyle Martino and Eva Amurri welcomed son Mateo, the NBC Sports analyst is staying in Amurri's studio on her property
The exes are spending their social distancing time together on Amurri’s property (where Martino, 39, is staying in the actress and blogger’s studio out back) amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, six days after the birth of Mateo, their third child together.
Both Amurri, 35, and Martino have been sharing photos and videos to their Instagram feeds and Stories during their isolation with Mateo, 3-year-old son Major James and daughter Marlowe Mae, 5½, as the family adjusts to having a new baby once more.
In two posts to Martino’s Instagram Story on Thursday, the NBC Sports analyst can be seen holding his newborn close as little Mateo looks around with wide, seemingly curious eyes. Atop one image, Martino added a banner GIF that read, “All you need is love.”
Meanwhile, Amurri shared a snapshot of herself and Marlowe snuggling in bed with Mateo on Thursday, as well as a video of the family’s newest addition dressed in dinosaur-print pajamas. The new mom of three captioned the latter footage, “Happy Due Date, baby boy!”
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Amurri confirmed to PEOPLE on Thursday that she and Martino were legally single when they welcomed Mateo last Friday, revealing that they finalized their divorce a month and a half ago. According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, the finalization occurred on Feb. 4.
“Our sweet little boy came Earthside yesterday, peacefully at Home,” Amurri wrote on Instagram Saturday, alongside photos that showed herself and Martino in bed with their three kids. “We are all SO in love.”
In his own celebratory post, Martino praised his ex for being a “rockstar bringing this incredible gift into the world,” while also including the hashtag “#ModernMartinoFamily” and a string of red heart emojis.
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Meanwhile, a slew of celebs have been sharing how they are practicing social distancing as the coronavirus continues to spread around the U.S. and the rest of the globe.
As of Thursday afternoon, there have been over 10,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. and 149 deaths, according to a New York Times database. With West Virginia reporting their first case on Tuesday evening, the virus has now spread to all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
Globally, Johns Hopkins University reports, there have been more than 235,000 total confirmed cases, including 9,785 deaths and almost 85,000 total recovered patients.
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