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Rafferty Law is the spitting image of his dad Jude at Milan fashion show

LAW-KALIKE

THE Law of genetics is strong when it comes to British acting royalty Jude and his son Rafferty.

Jude’s eldest is his spitting image and the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to Rafferty’s career choice either.

Rafferty, 23, from Jude’s marriage to Sadie Frost, 55, will star in his first feature film next year – a reboot of Charles Dickens classic Oliver.

But his big break comes two years later than his Jude’s, 46, who landed his debut major role in 1994 film Shopping, aged 21.

In September 2018, Raff made headlines when he was seen inhaling "Hippy Crack", a chemical drug, at the Notting Hill Carnival.

Earlier this month, Jude finally confirmed he became a dad for the sixth time after his wife Phillippa Coan gave birth in lockdown.

The Holiday star revealed the happy news during an interview with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show.

When asked what he's been up amid quarantine, Jude said: "I've been gardening. Oh! And on top of that I had a baby. So there you go."

Jimmy said: "Buried the lede, buried the lede on that one. Congrats, dad! That's awesome."

The actor said "it's really wonderful" and shared that he and his wife felt "blessed that they could just nest as a family."

The star previously he would "absolutely" be open to having more kids - despite already having five children with three previous partners.

Last year Jude married business psychologist Phillipa at Old Marylebone Town Hall in central London.

They shunned showbiz pals and invited only close family to the low-key ceremony.

Jude Law stars in the first trailer for Sky Atlantic drama The Third Day

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