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Biel, Timberlake ‘raising son out of spotlight’

Published 15/04/2015

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake

Jessica Biel and her husband Justin Timberlake are supposedly committed to bringing their son up in the state of Montana, far away from the Hollywood limelight.

The Hollywood superstars welcomed son Silas Randall Timberlake earlier this month.

And it’s claimed the family will be headed to their rural estate at the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana soon.

"Their house is all set up for the baby," a source told Us Weekly magazine. "They want to raise him out of the spotlight."

A second insider noted the mansion, which is nestled in a picturesque forest just northwest of Yellowstone National Park, is perfect for the brood because “Jessica is happiest when she’s in the mountains”.

Apparently they’re spending the first few months of Silas’ life in the Hollywood Hills because Jessica, 33, has much business to accomplish.

"Jess is opening her kids' restaurant, Au Fudge, near L.A. in five months and has tons of meetings,” her alleged pal revealed.

Fortunately for the Total Recall actress and her 34-year-old pop star husband, Justin’s mom Lynn Harless is extremely excited about caring for her grandson while the couple handle business.

It’s claimed Lynn is completely enamoured with Silas.

"Lynn jokes she wants Silas all to herself!" the insider noted.

Jessica and Justin are said to be elated with their newfound parenthood.

They are supposedly overjoyed with the new arrival.

"Jessica sees herself as a mom of boys, so it worked out perfectly," a source said. "Justin is so excited, he doesn't know what to do with himself!"

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