Arnold Schwarzenegger's love child Joseph Baena shows off his ripped body at beach
Arnold Schwarzenegger' son takes to social media to show off his ripped body and share how he spent his fourth of July
Looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger's son Joseph Baena is following the footsteps of his dad. The 20-year-old celebrated the Fourth of July in Malibu, California at the beach. Showing off his ripped body in a set of swim trunks he posed along with a blonde beauty, Savannah Wix, who according to Access, is his girlfriend. The pair was all smiles as they posed for a picture at the beach.
Earlier that day, Joseph recorded a funny video where he explained how it is important for people to start the Fourth of July holiday with a good breakfast and a set of sunglasses. Both Joseph and Savannah both have attended Pepperdine University and often appear on each other's social media. Savannah is an integrated marketing student and as she writes in her blog, one day she hopes to enter the music industry.
Meanwhile, Joseph is reportedly studying business affairs and also takes time to spend with his dad, Arnold. Recently, Arnold revealed that he underwent an emergency heart surgery. The actor took to social media on April 2 to update his fans about his health after he received an emergency open-heart surgery. “It’s true: I’m back!" he wrote. "I went to sleep expecting to wake up with a small incision and woke up with a big one,” he tweeted.
He noted that he had a lot to thank for. “But guess what? I woke up, and that’s something to be thankful for.” Arnold even thanked the team of doctors and nurses for taking care of him. “Thank you to the doctors & nurses,” he continued. “And I’m truly filled with gratitude for all of the kind messages," he concluded. Prior to this, Arnold's representative Daniel Ketchell said the actor was in “good spirits” following the surgery.
In a statement that was released was Daniel at that time he said, "Yesterday, Governor Schwarzenegger underwent a planned procedure at Cedars-Sinai to replace a pulmonic valve that was originally replaced due to a congenital heart defect in 1997.” The replacement which Arnold got nearly 20 years ago was “never meant to be permanent,” and had been the reason that Arnold decided to "replace” it “through a less-invasive catheter valve replacement."
Daniel added that an open-heart surgery team was standing by in case a complication arises during the procedure. He stated that it was a common precaution which is usually taken in order to ensure that the procedure goes smoothly. When the procedure did see a few complications, the team was already prepared and stepped in to take control. "Governor Schwarzeneggers’ pulmonic valve was successfully replaced and his is currently recovering from the surgery and is in stable condition,” Daniel told People. He also added that the “entire medical team for their tireless efforts.”