It seems Tom Fletcher’s sons Buzz, three, and Buddy, one, are already following in their dad’s footsteps as they copied him by singing and playing guitar in a recent social media post.
The super cute pic showed Buzz holding a guitar, which was nearly as big as him, and little Buddy singing into a microphone.
Former McFly singer Tom stood next to them playing the guitar and appeared to be singing.
He captioned the photo: “Honey, I shrunk the band.”
Fans were quick to comment over the sweet post as one wrote: “Sweetest thing I’ve seen in ages!”
“Hahahah I am sure buddy is licking the mic,” joked another.
A third commented: “Such an amazing dad. This is too cute x.”
Tom, 31, always seems to melt fan’s hearts with photos of his tots and often shares heartwarming moments on his Instagram.
Tom’s wife Giovanna Fletcher recently uploaded a snap showing Tom being pushed in a buggy by son Buddy.
She wrote: “We believe in equality… xx,” as the family enjoyed a getaway to Italy.
One fan wrote: “Buddy looks so tiny trying to push the buggy . Such a cutie.”
“That is very cute,” another gushed.
The family recently took a trip to Disney World but Tom revealed the moment he had to call paramedics after Buddy fell and cracked his head on a table.
Writing to his 1.4 million Instagram followers the star said: “Young Buddy here had a visit from the @waltdisneyworld paramedics today after walloping his head on the corner of a table leg.”
“Thankfully it was nothing more than a nice big lump and a bruise but the docs here were great and quick to get to us. Thanks,” he added alongside a snap of Buddy.
Of course fans were quick to show their support for the little tot.
One wrote: “Ah poor Buddy, so glad he’s ok.”
Another said: “Thankfully he’s ok poor buddy.”
Meanwhile Tom and Giovanna, who tied the knot in 2012, opened up about the possibility of expanding their brood.
Giovanna said: “We’ve discussed having more kids but not in the near future.
“I’m not thinking: ‘Let’s go for the girl,’ and we’re not set on a number. We’ll just do whatever we feel like.”