Jeff Goldblum: We planted son’s dried-up umbilical cord under a tree

Jeff Goldblum and his wife Emilie planted their son Charlie’s umbilical cord under a tree — so that there would be somewhere he “will always feel grounded”.

Goldblum, 63, and Livingston — who at 33 is 30 years his junior — had Charlie on July 4 last year.

Referring to a picture of her planting the cord, he told Britain’s Observer newspaper: “That’s my wife planting our dried-up umbilical cord underneath a tree a couple of days ago.

“It’s a little New Agey but the idea is that this is a place where Charlie will always feel grounded.”

We’re so excited to share the wonderful news of the birth of our son, Charlie Ocean Goldblum, born on the 4th of July. Independence Day.

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Charlie and I watching #NeilDeGrasseTyson on #cosmos.

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Goldblum also revealed that an engraving on his wedding ring reads “Peaches + Patches = Eternal Love”. He revealed that ‘Peaches’ is the nickname he uses for Emilie, while she calls him ‘Patches’ because of a bit of his torso which looks like a patch.

He also told how he recently went on a boat trip with Quentin Tarantino, Stevie Wonder and playwright Tom Stoppard, where they ended up singing songs with Julian Lennon.

Goldblum currently stars in Independence Day: Resurgence, which is released on June 24 in the US.

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