Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Love Child Is Pursing Professional Body Building Career

Grace Higgins | February 8th, 2019

Joseph Baena the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Arnold’s former maid Mildred Baena is all grown up now. Joseph is 21 and born five days after Arnold and Maria Shriver’s youngest child Christoper. Joseph bares a striking resemblance to his famous father, and is actively pursing professional body building competitions. Sources say Joseph is in a gym 7 days a week, and Arnold a former ‘Mr Olympia’ is advising his son. The former Governor of California talked to Mario Lopez on ‘Extra’ about his son’s goals. Arnold said, that Joesph is very serious and is training hard. Arnold continued that he is going to compete, he’s got a good shot.’

Baena moved from the LA area to Bakersfield with his mother Mildred to a house that Arnold purchased for them. He is currently a junior at Pepperdine University in Malibu. Baena’s father always excepted financial responsibility for his son. Arnold said he gave his son sound advise, he said, “He’s very serious and I’m very happy about it, because I said to him. It’s important to take care of your body and train hard, if you’re passionate about that, but also study hard. Because the key is to get your business degree at Pepperdine.

Joseph was recently interviewed by professional body builder Mike O’hearn, and he revealed that he is interested in the entertainment business. He said he has an agent and he’s been going out on auditions. He also said that he will be competing in body building competitions. He said, “Yeah I love the acting thing, but I want to check out some competitions for sure. I want to go big, I’m 6 foot and 195 now, but I’m going to get a lot bigger. My dad has given me a lot of pointers, and great advise, so I think I will be in a very good place.”

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