Marvin Humes has sent fans into a spin with the cutest look yet at newborn son Blake.
Marvin and wife Rochelle’s baby joy was shared by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby earlier this week on This Morning.
Baby Blake is their third together and their first son, also sharing seven-year-old Alaia and three-year-old Valentina.
And Marvin’s been making sure to get in some quality father-son time with his little lad as he sat down with him to watch the football.
In the adorable clip, Marvin sits in front of the TV with Blake in his lap.
The JLS singer wrote: “Introducing Blakey boy to his team @chelseafc I think he’s happy to be a blue.”
He can be heard in the video saying: “Getting Blake on the blues early doors. What are you saying. Blakey mate? We agree?”
Putting on a high-pitched voice, Marvin mimicks: “Yeah, agree dad.”
“Yeah, nice one mate,” he concludes in his own voice.
Little Blake even cracks a smile at the end, melting fans’ hearts.
Some of Marvin’s 691,000 followers flooded the comments section to tell him Blake’s already looking like his dad.
After the tot’s birth, proud dad Marvin penned: “My son! My son!!! Feels so weird but amazing saying that.
“Blake Hampton Humes was born on Friday weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces. Rochelle is a superwoman… family complete.”
Meanwhile, doting mum Rochelle wrote: “Blake Hampton Humes. On Friday morning at 8.44am our boy arrived to flip the switch on 2020.
“I didn’t think I’d ever fall in love with another man but this guy has stolen my whole heart and we’ve been in a love bubble ever since…”
Rochelle and Marvin announced that they were expecting a baby boy on Easter Sunday.
They followed it with the sweetest gender reveal imaginable, sending their girls on an Easter egg hunt to find a note telling them they were getting a baby brother.
“You’re going to be a big sister again!” Marvin told a speechless Alaia.
Meanwhile, Rochelle shared a video with Blake shortly after giving birth.
“The little man has settled in so well and is currently the happiest here…” she wrote, before adding: “But so am I so no complaints…”