'Fuller House' Star John Stamos Melts Hearts with Sweet Photo of Son Billy in an Oversized Chef's Hat
John Stamos melted the heart of his followers with an adorable photo of his son, Billy, wearing an oversized chef's hat.
John Stamos shared a sweet photo of his son Billy on Instagram, wearing an oversized chef's hat. The little boy, dressed in a blue shirt, and holding what looked like a wand, smiled heartily for the camera as his dad looked down at him.
In the accompanying caption, Stamos wrote:
"Young [Billy] helping me celebrate the announcement that I'll he playing scoundrel, 'Chef Louie' in #TheLittleMermaid on @abcnetwork."
The photo melted the heart of the actor's followers, and they gushed on how cute Billy looked. The comments ranged from,
"Super cute!" "Adorable," to "This is wicked cute."
Stamos shares his little boy with his wife, Caitlin McHugh. They welcomed him in April 2018, and in April this year, the couple opened up to "People" about the fear they faced giving birth to Billy six weeks early.
The parents-of-one told the news outlet:
"He was not fully baked, and that was scary in the beginning."
McHugh added that they had to check Billy continually to ensure that he was still breathing, but thankfully everything turned out fine.
Since becoming a dad, Stamos, who is a self-proclaimed baby whisperer, shares adorable moments with his son non-stop.
The actor, who has always been vocal about how long he waited to be a dad, spent the summer making memories with his little boy and lamented the end of the swimsuit season.
In an Instagram post of himself and Billy, he wrote:
"And just like that, August is over."
Summer might have ended, but fatherhood is forever, and while Stamos waited to be a dad, he pursued his career in acting and music.
The actor got his first television role in "General Hospital, in the '80s, and he went on to star in "Full House," and its 2016 reboot, "Fuller House."
He also joined the "Beach Boys," as a singer, and producer, and he would get to use both his acting and singing skills in the "Little Mermaid," live production. The dad-of-one will join a stellar cast of Auli'i Cravalho, Queen Latifah, Shaggy, and Graham Phillip.
The production will commemorate the 30th anniversary of the animation film. It will be in a hybrid format featuring a live performance interwoven into the broadcast of the original movie.
The "Little Mermaid" live will air on ABC on Tuesday, November 5th by 8 pm.