Michael Douglas Shares First Photo of Granddaughter Who Was Named After His Father Kirk

Michael Douglas is a unapproachable first-time grandfather!

After divulgence his granddaughter’s name exclusively to PEOPLE, a actor, 73, common a initial print of Lua Izzy on Facebook Thursday, 3 days after she was born. “Congratulations to my son, Cameron, and lovely Viviane [Thibes], on a birth of their daughter Lua!” Douglas captioned a honeyed print of a newborn.

Little Lua Izzy is his initial grandchild by oldest child Cameron Douglas, whom he shares with his initial wife Diandra Luker. Michael also has dual children with his second mother Catherine Zeta-Jones: son Dylan, 17, and daughter Carys, 14.

“Dylan and Carys adore being an aunt and uncle and we’re so happy to be her Bubba and Zeze,” Douglas told PEOPLE on Tuesday.

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Cameron’s daughter’s center name is a reverence to her great-grandfather, Kirk Douglas, who was innate Issur Danielovitch, and after went by Izzy.

The birth of Cameron’s baby lady comes 16 months after he was expelled from prison following a scarcely seven-year stay for a drug conviction. In 2010, he was condemned to 5 years for possession of heroin and offered methamphetamine. His judgment was extended after he confessed to bootlegging drugs into prison.

Despite the uneasy times causing distance between Michael and Cameron before to his incarceration, a younger Douglas told PEOPLE progressing this month that his family is “closer now than ever.”

“In formidable times, we tend to come closer. It is a pleasing arrange of trait that we have,” Cameron said, adding, “My father and we have an extraordinary relationship. we adore spending time with him, and we will spend as most time with him as we can.”