Movie star DJ becomes a dad for the sixth time - aged 58

Goldie DJ
-Credit: (Image: NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Iconic '90s musician and producer Goldie - who also starred as villain Mister Bullion in the James Bond film The World is Not Enough - has become a dad for the sixth time.

The 58-year-old DJ took to Instagram to share the news that his wife Mika Price gave birth to their daughter, Yuki Isla Price on Wednesday, 10 July, in Thailand, where the couple now live.

“Welcome To The World Baby Girl. Yuki Isla Price. 10.07.2024 3.11Kg. 10:36am Phuket, Thailand. We love you t o the moon and back,” the star wrote in the caption of a black and white picture of himself and his wife cradling their newborn.

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Goldie welcomed his sixth child -Credit:Instagram/@mrgoldie

The post was flooded with comments from well wishers, as one read: “Congratulations my loves!!!! Can’t wait for a snuggle!!! Sending love”

“Wow! Just wow! Big love as you know to Mika, Koko, Yuki and you my brother,” said another.

A third commented: “Wow a thousand congratulations!”

“Hooray to another miraculous addition to our family clan! Congratulations and wishing you all the happiness in the world together!” read another joyous comment.

Goldie and model Mika, who tied the knot in 2010, share 12-year-old daughter Sakuko together. He also has four other children with four different women.

It’s been a busy time for the star, who portrayed villain Mr. Bullion in the 1999 James Bond film The World is Not Enough, as he recently returned to the UK to play the iconic Glastonbury Festival.

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The star was awarded an MBE in 2016 -Credit:Getty Images

The music star documented his time at the festival via Instagram, posing for photos with legends including Noel Gallagher and Fatboy Slim.

Goldie, real name Clifford Price, opened up about how music ‘saved his life’ in 2016 when he was awarded an MBE by King Charles (then Prince) for his contribution to the British music industry.

“Art and music is so important for young people – the arts need to be supported and I think there are so many Clifford Prices out there like me,” the DJ said at the time.

“Music and art well and truly saved my life really – the light switched on when I discovered art.”

“This is where the work begins really. It’s nice to be recognised but it’s also nice to say, ‘That can work as leverage to make things better and change things.”

Goldie was born in Walsall, where he grew up in a children’s home, moving to four different institutions, from which he was fostered twice. He spoke about how his traumatic childhood affected his fathering in a piece for The Telegraph in 2018.

"All of my children had a difficult time; I was not a great dad. But finding yoga later in my life has also helped me to reflect and find balance," he wrote.