Family of 4! Quentin Tarantino and Wife Daniella Welcome Their Second Child Together

The couple, who also share 2-year-old son Leo, welcomed their daughter on July 2, PEOPLE exclusively confirms

CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 21: Daniella Tarantino (L) and Quentin Tarantino attend the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood After Party at JW Marriott on May 21, 2019 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Antony Jones/Getty Images for Sony Pictures)
Daniella Tarantino (L) and Quentin Tarantino . Photo: Antony Jones/Getty

Quentin Tarantino and wife Daniella are parents to a baby girl!

The couple welcomed their second child together over the holiday weekend, PEOPLE has exclusively learned.

"Daniella and Quentin Tarantino are happy to announce that Daniella gave birth to their baby girl on July 2, 2022, a little sister to Leo, their first child," they say in a statement.

The Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood director, 59, and his singer/model wife, 38, revealed they were expecting their second child in February.

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Quentin Tarantino and wife Daniella. Gareth Cattermole/Getty

Daniella, the daughter of Israeli singer-songwriter Tzvika Pick, first began dating Quentin after meeting him in 2009 as he was promoting his film Inglorious Basterds. The pair got engaged in June 2017 and married in November 2018. Their son Leo was born in February 2020.

Last year, Quentin opened up about his daddy duties in his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! revealing how he and his wife came up with his son's name – which didn't come from his close friendship with actor Leonardo DiCaprio, whom he worked with on Django Unchained and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

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"We almost didn't name him that because people would assume I named him after Leonardo DiCaprio," he said at the time. "There's nothing wrong with that, but … he's named after my wife's grandfather, but also because, just in our hearts, he was our little lion."

"So he's a lion. That's how we thought about him," the Oscar winner added.

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