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|James Padraig Farrell||9/12/2003||14 yrs.||Male||Biological|
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Relationship Information, Quotes, and Trivia
Where and/or how did Colin Farrell and Kim Bordenave meet?
Why did Colin Farrell and Kim Bordenave break up?
Other Relationship Information about Colin Farrell and Kim Bordenave:
Colin and Kim, a model, dated for about a year, and split shortly after their son, James, was born in September 2003.
Soon after their break up, it was confirmed that Kim was pregnant. At that time there was no confirmation as to who the father of the baby was, although many speculated that it was Farrell. There were also rumors that Bordenave was telling friends that Colin Farrell was the father, but these rumors were never confirmed. Eventually, it was confirmed by Kim Bordenave and Colin Farrell that he was the father.
Classic Quotes by Colin Farrell and Kim Bordenave about their relationship:
"It's cool. I'm chuffed, so over the moon. [The baby's] due in about six months." Colin Farrell 3/14/2003
"The world's always been a strange place. Look at every decade. There's always been war, there's always been death, there's always been sickness. I don't know a fucking thing about having a child, but all you've got to do, the most important thing, is bring that child up in as safe and loving an environment as you can. That's the only thing I'm sure about." Colin Farrell 4/3/2003
"I think it's September, isn't it? Yeah, I got a boy on the way. Yeah, yeah, it's a boy, man. I'm not petrified at all man, it's all good. I've got a boy coming into the world, and [Kim's] an amazing woman. I'm just really excited about it." Colin Farrell 8/1/2003
"He's the greatest priority in my life. I wasn't suicidal, but I never had much of a will to live a long time. Now I want to watch my son grow up." Colin Farrell 8/7/2006
"The only time I'm reminded that there is something different about him, that he has some deviation of what is perceived to be normal, is when I see him with other 4-year-olds. Then I go, 'Oh yeah,' and it comes back to me. But from day one I felt that he's the way he's meant to be. [He has] amazing courage. [I'm] incredibly blessed to have him in my life. He took his first steps about six weeks ago, and it was four years in the making. It was incredibly emotional. There wasn't a dry eye in the house." Colin Farrell 10/15/2007
"Yeah, absolutely. All the family will be together. What are we going to do? Nothing. The usual: watch movies, eat food...take it easy." Colin Farrell 12/20/2007
"He's nothing but a gift. As far as I'm concerned he's exactly the way he should be. Angelman's is a neuro-genetic disorder. The 15th chromosome is dormant. It affects their fine motor skills. They say that one in 30,000 children is affected by it. I've been very lucky that it was early because he started having seizures at about eight or nine months. [We're lucky] we got early intervention. It's just different. It's not different to me. He has his own path. He's just brilliant. I didn't talk about my son [but] I felt like I was betraying him, like it could be misconstrued as shame, which would be terrible, because he's such a celebration. I look around and I see people who move perfectly, who walk with grace, who speak with great diction and clarity and a great use of the English language and we're all miserable fuckers, including me at times. And then I see this fella who doesn't move the way what's perceived to be 'normal' is, and he's as happy as can be." Colin Farrell 2/26/2008