You’ll Never Guess Where Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel Want to Raise Baby Silas

First-time parents Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are blissfully in love with their newborn son Silas Randall Timberlake. So much so, that they’re considering moving to give their son the best upbringing they could possibly offer, which means spending most of their time in their estate at the exclusive Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana.

“Their house is all set up for the baby,” a source close to the couple told Us Weekly. “They want to raise him out of the spotlight.”

They even added that new mom Biel “is happiest when she’s in the mountains.”

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For now, though, they’ll remain in Hollywood Hills since Biel has a lot on her plate — literally! The actress is busy preparing to open a restaurant for kids in Los Angeles and will be tied up in the City of Angels until that opening does happen. “Jess is opening her kids’ restaurant, Au Fudge, near L.A. in five months and has tons of meetings,” the friend added.

Good thing that Timberlake’s mom, Lynn Harless, is willing and able to babysit whenever they need her. “Lynn jokes she wants Silas all to herself!” the source described.

In the meantime, these two are loving being parents. With Silas home for a few days, the Timberlakes are already enjoying every seconds. “Jessica sees herself as a mom of boys, so it worked out perfectly,” the source revealed. “Justin is so excited, he doesn’t know what to do with himself!”

Now, we just need to see a picture of the little Silas!

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