Having basically turned the red carpet to molten lava with his hotness at the BRIT Awards 2016, Louis Tomlinson has opened up for the first time about what it's really like to be a father to his new baby son, Freddie.
Chatting to ITV2 at the BRITs with number one bro Liam Payne, Tommo admitted that although it's been pretty tough to get used to having a teeny tiny, real life human being to look after, he's loving every second of it.
In a Lilo interview with Laura Whitmore about winning awards, taking time off and creating some seriously cute offspring, Louis revealed that fatherhood's been a pretty great experience so far - although leaving the Fredster for a night out at the BRITs wasn't easy.
"[Fatherhood] is good," Louis said, talking Freddie for the first time. "I mean it's intense but it's great. It's really exciting, obviously."
It was always pretty obvious that Louis was gonna make a brilliant father, but confirming that he's been totally hands-on and a doting dad so far for Freddie, Louis added: "This is my first time away from Freddie so it's tough."
Now just imagine Louis getting all sad as he waves goodbye to Freddie in his cot while he goes off to work for the night, and try not to cry. We dare you.
So if that isn't enough to shut up any rumours that are still floating around, then we don't know what is. CUTE.
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