Sam Taylor Wood And Aaron Johnson

February 4, 2012 by staff 

Sam Taylor Wood And Aaron Johnson, Sam and Aaron have just had their second daughter Let’s brush right past the fact that Sam Taylor-Wood and Aaron Johnson’s union makes us feel a bit weird and get right onto the glorious announcement of their new baby’s name.

Sam gave birth to the couple’s second child earlier this month at their Primrose Hill home. This afternoon, the pair announced that their new daughter’s name is Romy Hero Johnson in an official statement. It read: “Sam Taylor-Wood and Aaron Johnson are the proud parents of Romy Hero Johnson, who was born at home in London on January 18. Both mother and daughter are well.”

Romy will have three big sisters – Sam and Aaron are parents to 18-month-old Wylda Rae, while Sam has two daughters from her previous marriage to Jay Jopling, Anjelica, 14, and Jessie, five.

The pair have a 23 year age gap

Sam, 44, and Aaron, 21, first met Aaron on the set of her film Nowhere Boy – in which Aaron played the lead role – when he was 19. The pair fell in love and got engaged in October 2009 and welcomed their first baby in July 2010.

Given their 23 year age gap, Aaron and Sam’s relationship has proven somewhat controversial, but the pair have ignored criticism and appear to be very much in love.

Speaking about their decision to have children when Aaron is so young, Sam said in the past: “Aaron, almost before anything started between us, said he wanted kids. He was very clear about wanting a family.

“We hardly go out now – it’s just us. Aaron has brought a set of values I didn’t even know I was looking for – family values.

“He is more grounded. He has been getting work offers which he has turned down because he wants to be here for the crucial first months of Wylda’s life.”

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