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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Sons Born Days Apart

Los Angeles (CNN) -- A son fathered by Arnold Schwarzenegger with his housekeeper was born less than a week after Maria Shriver gave birth to another Schwarzenegger son, according to birth records obtained Wednesday by CNN.

The New York Times, citing two friends of the family, reported the mother was Mildred Patricia Baena, who worked for two decades as housekeeper for the Schwarzenegger family.

The former California governor acknowledged Tuesday he was the father of a child "over a decade ago," but he did not identify the mother.

CNN is not identifying the child.

The birth certificate listed the father as the man Baena was married to at the time.

However, divorce papers obtained by CNN say the couple separated less than three weeks after the October 2, 1997, birth. She is a 50-year-old native of Guatemala, according to the document.

The Los Angeles Times, which first reported the story early Tuesday, quoted the woman as saying she recently retired "on good terms" with the couple after working for them for 20 years.

Schwarzenegger has provided support for the child since birth, one source told CNN.

Property records indicate Baena purchased a home in Bakersfield, California, in June. Television crews and paparazzi swarmed the residential cul de sac in northwest Bakersfield on Wednesday, but there was no sign of Baena. >>>CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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