Elon Musk And Grimes Have Third Child Named ‘Techno Mechanicus,' New Biography Says

Elon Musk And Grimes Have Third Child Named ‘Techno Mechanicus,' New Biography Says

Originally appeared on E! Connected.

According to a new biography of the Tesla CEO, Elon Musk and Grimes have three children together, not two as previously thought.

The New York Times reports that in addition to being parents to son X Æ A-12, 3, and daughter Exa Dark Siderelle, 20 months, the couple also welcomed a son named Teco Mechanicus. He looked at Walter Isaacson's Sept. 9 review of Elon Musk's book, which comes out Sept. 12.

Neither Musk nor Grimes, who is now a father of eleven, have commented on the news.

The 52-year-old SpaceX CEO and the 35-year-old musician have been together since 2018 and welcomed their daughter, nicknamed Wai, as a surrogate mother. Grimes in 2010 She revealed in an interview with Vanity Fair in 2022 that she and Musk "always want at least three or four kids."

Grimes told the magazine that the two lived in separate homes and were "best friends." He later tweeted, “As I write this post, me and I are broken up *again* haha, but she is my best friend and the love of my life, and my life and art are now forever dedicated to this mission."

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Musk shares 19-month-old twins Strider and Azure with Neuralink CEO Shevon Zillis. Their names appeared on the cover of Time magazine on September 6 with an excerpt from Isaacson's forthcoming biography.

According to the New York Times magazine, "he wants really smart people to have kids," Zillis said of Musk, who offered to be a sperm donor, and Isaacson added: "The kids will come to him genetically." book.

Before starting a family with Grimes and Zelis, Musk raised six children, including twins, with ex-wife Justine Musk.

Elon Musk is not afraid to express his opinion. Former Tesla CEO Grimes asked fans about his experience with troll ear surgery earlier this week. A few days later, the SpaceX CEO responded in disagreement, saying that "the harms of middle ear surgery may outweigh the benefits."

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