Gordon Ramsay's family has shared some adorable pics of baby Oscar spending time with his "favourite" big sister.
Two snaps shared on the Instagram account set up for Oscar show the tot cuddling in with his big sister, 17-year-old Matilda.
The snaps were accompanied, alongside a heart and crying-laughing emoji, with the caption: "Loved having dinner with my favourite sister."
It appears the caption might have been something of an in-joke with the Ramsays, as Oscar's mum Tana, 44, rushed to comment on the pic: "When Tilly is around I may as well be invisible... oh, that's until feeding time!"
Loved having dinner with my favourite sister.
Tana's words quickly racked up hundreds of likes and fans rushed to comment on the photos, telling the family how cute Oscar is.
One said: "Aww so adorable."
Another wrote: "This lil baby is always so happy."
Someone else commented: "Omg he's so cute, with eyes to die for."
Oscar might only be a few months old but he's already a big hit on social media, particularly since he has his own account, currently managed by big sister Tilly.
More than 91k people now follow Oscar's page, which the family use to post regular updates for fans.
Last month, mum Tana took to her own Instagram to share a cute snap of baby Oscar in the bath - and admitted he absolutely loves bath time.
People in the comments couldn't get over how adorable he looked as his mum lowered him into the bubbles.
She captioned the photo: "Favourite time of the day @oscarjramsay."
TV chef Gordon revealed the birth on Twitter at the start of April by sharing a snap of him and Tana in hospital - both looking over the moon as they cradled the newborn.
He joked at the time: "After three Baftas and one Emmy... finally we have won an Oscar, please welcome Oscar James Ramsay, who touched down at 12:58 today for some lunch! Xxx."
Gordon and Tana, who have been married for 23 years, share four other children - Megan, 21, Jack, 19, Holly, 19, and Matilda, 17.
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