Mcfly star Harry Judd has shared a photo of his daughter Lola giving bandmate Tom Fletcher’s little tot Buddy a peck on the lips.
And it’s possibly the cutest picture ever!
In the two photos the little sweethearts can be seen hanging out together and fans have gone wild.
Harry, 31, captioned the snap: “❤️ Lola & Buddy’s first kiss ❤️.”
Little Lola shows off her blonde locks and a blue dress as Buddy wore a blue printed t-shirt with an adorable pair of green shorts.
One fan wrote: “Oh my goodness my heart! So cute!”
“I’m still crying over this,” another gushed.
A third commented: “This is so cute.”
Tom, who is a devoted dad to Buzz, three, and Buddy, is always treating us to adorable videos and photos of his tots.
Last week Tom sent fans into a frenzy with the sweetest video of him singing with the two boys.
The songwriter uploaded a the clip to his 1.5m followers, and they are very impressed with his son’s drumming skills.
Buzz is seen playing along to a song called That Thing You Do by The Wonders and he is actually really good!
Tom captioned the video: “Name that tune with Buzz on drums and Buddy taking lead vocals.”
One fan commented: “Omg you have got to be kidding me!! You have two little prodigies on your hands.”
Another added: “Love that song … can’t believe Buzz can play the drums … brilliant.”
Meanwhile Harry also shares the sweetest snaps of his daughter and pregnant wife Izzy, 33.
In one photo earlier this year Izzy can be seen cradling her bump as little Lola copies her mummy.
“Lola, where’s baby,” Harry wrote.
Izzy appeared on today’s Lorraine to talk about her and Harry’s IVF journey.
The couple, who married in 2012, faced heartbreak after their first pregnancy resulted in a miscarriage.
Speaking about becoming a mum for the second time she told Lorraine Kelly: “We thought we would get pregnant after we got married and it didn’t work out that way, and what followed were very, very lonely months.
“And it’s a very long journey and a monthly cycle that I’m sure a lot of women will relate to. And so in the end we did turn to IVF and I’m so grateful that we did.”
She went on to explain: “I think when you suffer a miscarriage, it takes away elements of the joy you should experience, because you’re so nervous.
“For me I felt, ‘Oh goodness, not only have I got problems conceiving, can I hold onto a baby?’ And that terrified me. And I had to give myself time before I went back for the next round, to truly grieve over what I’d actually just lost.”