Shemar Moore welcomes daughter with Jesiree Dizon

Congratulations to the new dad, Shemar Moore! On Wednesday, the 52-year-old actor announced that he and partner Jesiree Dizon have welcomed their first child together. The baby arrived over a week early, originally on February 8, 2023, which also marks three years since the actor’s mother died on February 8, 2020.

The news was first shared by Moore via a rep, who confirmed the birth to PEOPLE. The rep stated, “The family is very happy and healthy.”

“Your boy is officially a dad!!!” Moore wrote on Instagram, sharing the news with his followers. “Dreams come true!! The rest of my life is here! ❤️🙏🏽🙌🏽”

Dizon, 39, has two other children, a 5-year-old daughter Charli from her relationship with actor Stephen Bishop and a son Kaiden from a previous relationship.

Shemar Moore previously shared baby news while honoring the late mother

The SWAT actor revealed his exciting baby news earlier this month, sharing that the baby had a very significant due date during his performance The Jennifer Hudson Show.

“I’m Shemar Moore, 52½ years old. My mom is in heaven right now on February 8th is the three year anniversary,” he shared. “And on February 8th, I’m going to make one of her dreams come true, because in real life, Shemar Moore is about to become a father.”

The crowd erupted in applause and Hudson commended the actor on his happy news of a new baby, declaring that his mother “must smile down on him from heaven.”

Congratulations Shemar and Jesiree!


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Brian Ashcraft

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