Ever since Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole welcomed their son, Bear, on March 22, 2017, we’ve all been dying to know what the little guy’s like! Especially since they’ve kept him pretty private over the last two years. Well guys, you might want to brace yourselves because the One Direction singer finally opened up about his son’s personality, and it’s seriously the cutest thing we’ve ever heard.
While speaking to Us Weekly at the Visa Tap Room presented by Chase on Tuesday, May 21, the “Strip That Down” crooner explained that although he feels “really lucky,” Bear can be a handful at times.
“He’s got such an attitude. We got a really well behaved little boy, but then sometimes he’ll sort of have a go at his mum and I’ll be like, ‘Bear, stop it.'” Liam admitted. “He just wouldn’t listen to me today. He just wants to silence me with his hand. He’s like, ‘Just give me a minute. I’m busy.'”
OMG. How cute is that? And that’s not all. The 25-year-old also revealed that he feels his son is a total “mini-me.”
“My mum brought all my old toys to the house, and then Cheryl came one day to my house and she was like, ‘Oh, he’s playing with this red car all the time. It was yours,'” he gushed. “I was like, ‘Is it a Jaguar?’ And it was my favorite car when I was [little]. So he’s literally like little-me.”
OK, now our hearts are seriously bursting. As fans know, the couple has unfortunately only posted a few photos of the 2-year-old so far, but we cannot believe how big he’s gotten. And get this — the 1D heartthrob revealed that he’s already learning to talk!
“It’s amazing just to hear him start saying words and this is the part where really everything comes alive quite a lot,” he continued. “He’s still really just learning everything.”
“You have to watch yourself and what you say,” he added. “He can pick up everything.”
Well, if there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that Liam and Cheryl are raising the sweetest little boy ever.
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