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Halle Berry, Olivier Martinez Baby Boy Maceo First PHOTO on the Set of CBS Series, 'Extant'

Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez's son Maceo was pictured for the first time since being born five months ago. ha

By Lynne C, EnStars on Feb 12, 2014 09:51 AM EST
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Cast member Halle Berry poses on the red carpet for the premiere of "Cloud Atlas" in Berlin November 5, 2012. The movie opens in German cinemas on November 15.
Cast member Halle Berry poses on the red carpet for the premiere of "Cloud Atlas" in Berlin November 5, 2012. The movie opens in German cinemas on November 15. (Photo : Reuters)
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Halle Berry (Photo : Reuters)

Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez's son Maceo was pictured for the first time since being born five months ago. 

The world has been waiting for the first photo of the little boy and his face was finally revealed on Monday when he visited Berry on the set of her new CBS series, Extant. 

Maceo, whose middle name is Robert was taken in a stroller on set by his nanny and Berry's co-workers seemed to be in awe of the little guy. He was dressed in a yellow jumper, grey leggings and white shoes.

Berry is photographed crouched down to see Maceo as he was laying comfortably in the stroller. The 47-year-old actress was dressed casually in a jacket over a beige tank top, along with some jeans and black shoes. See photos here:

Maceo is the second child for Berry, but the first for Martinez. 

Berry and Martinez wed a few months before their new baby boy arrived in July. The couple are big on not showcasing their children, as Berry is very concerned with paparazzi's right to take photos of children. 

Enstars reported in June that she testified in court to support an anti-paparazzi bill. 

"If this bill passes, the quality of my children's life will be dramatically changed. Just getting up in the morning and going to school is hard for us," she said. "This bill would not infringe on [media] rights. They would still be able to take their pictures... this bill will just ensure that they have to keep a safe distance away from children and allow them to move freely."

 

 

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