Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán proudly announced the birth of his fourth grandchild on Wednesday morning and the first boy of the four, posting a picture holding him in his arms with the short text, “Men among themselves”.
The name of the boy was not announced nor the name of the mother, but it is probably the second child of his daughter Sára.
The 57-year-old Orbán has five children — one son and four daughters — from his wife Anikó Lévai, whom he married in 1986. While usually very private about his family, he nevertheless regularly announces any new additions. A staunch promoter of family policies, it could be said that he is leading by example.
Just 37 minutes after being posted, the photo received 26,000 likes.
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