Elon Musk ends Twitter hiatus and shares a photo of himself and his sons with the Pope

Tesla owner Elon Musk recently marked his return to Twitter after a brief hiatus with a rare family photo.

According to E! News, Pictured, Musk, along with his sons Griffin Kai, Damian and Saxon, were seen posing with Pope Francis during a recent trip to Italy. “Honored to meet @Pontifex yesterday,” he wrote.

An Italian newspaper reported that the businessman and the pontiff had a 40-minute meeting at Casa Santa Marta in the Vatican. Elon spoke about his ideas on improving the world and humanity, the outlet said.

Elon shares his four teenage sons with his first wife Justine Wilson. Griffin has a twin daughter, who filed in April with a Los Angeles court to change her name to Vivian Jenna Wilson in accordance with her new gender identity.

“I no longer live or wish to be related to my biological father in any way,” she said in her filing.

Elon, who also shares son X AE A-Xii and baby daughter Exa Dark Siderael with ex Grimes, had recently resumed posting on Twitter, a social network he regularly uses and plans to buy, after being widely absent since June 21.

According to E! News, Ten minutes before posting his photo with his four eldest sons, Elon shared a photo of himself with his second ex-wife, actor Talulah Riley, dressed as he strolled through the Italian city of Venice .

He tweeted: “Talulah designed this dress herself and a big part of my 40th birthday party. She’s a party genius.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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