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Wilmer Valderrama reveals his parents live with him and his wife and her dad just moved in too

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Wilmer Valderrama has a large estate on three acres in Los Angeles but it is pretty filled up.In the new issue of Parents Latina, the 42-year-old NCIS actor shared that living on the compound with him is his 31-year-old wife and newborn child as well as his parents - who are divorced but friendly - and her father.But having all that family around is great for in-house babysitters so the lovebirds can have some alone time: 'As soon as the baby goes down, we hop on our Vespa and just cruise around the neighborhood.

You find new ways to do date night,' said Wilmer. So many:Wilmer Valderrama has a large estate on three acres in Los Angeles that he shares with his 31-year-old wife and newborn child as well as his parents - who are divorced but friendly - and her fatherHe bought his first home many years ago; it used to belong to Chuck Norris and had six bedrooms and nine bathrooms at the time.The actor then purchased the property next door in 2019 to expand his living quarters.The members of the sprawling home are himself, his wife Amanda, his daughter Nakano, his motherSobeida, his dad Balbino, and his wife's father, Armando.

Pacheco lost her mother to ovarian cancer seven years ago.But these days she has Wilmer's mother to lean on:'She was around the same age as I was when her own mother passed,' Pacheco stated. 'She's become a mother figure to me, and despite the language barrier, we have a real connection.' Good for the girl:But having all that family around is great for in-house babysitters so the lovebirds can have some alone time: 'As soon as the baby goes down, we hop on our Vespa and just cruise around the neighborhood.

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