'The Andy Griffith Show' Star Ron Howard's Son Shares New Cute Photos of Actor's Granddaughter
The son of the popular TV star shared some adorable snapshots of his daughter and "The Andy Griffith Show" star's fans absolutely love her.
Ron Howard's granddaughter is yet to realize just how famous her granddad is yet, but she is already melting the hearts of his fans with her cute looks.
The iconic actor and filmmaker's son, Reed, took to Instagram to share a few photos of his daughter and she looks absolutely gorgeous in these snaps.
A BUNDLE OF JOY
In one of the most recent photos, Ron's granddaughter is seen wrapped up in a warm protective layer with just her face peeking out.
Reed captioned his post, "The Arctic blast has made our morning walk very cold but she doesn’t seem to mind," and teasingly added a hashtag, 'igloo baby.'
Another photo that Reed shared earlier this month sees his little daughter being held by him and his wife.
The little one looks away from the camera in this one while her proud parents give a warm smile as they pose for the camera. He captioned the image, "My ladies."
Reed and his wife, Ashley, welcomed their first child into the world earlier this year in April. Delighted granddad, Ron, took to Twitter at the time to announce the big news.
"[Reed Howard] and wife Ashley were blessed with their first child yesterday. Here is Reed with daughter Aspen a few hours after her arrival. Ashley is doing great as is Aspen."
FANS ADORE THE NEWBORN
Ron's fans were absolutely moved by the cute picture that the actor shared on his social media, and they were quick to drop in comments of praise and good wishes.
One of the fans also pointed out the fact that Reed looked just like his father in the snapshot. "Wow he looks just like you!" wrote Twitter user Kadie in reply to Ron's tweet.
I didn't see who posted this and thought they spelled Ron wrong. Wow he looks just like you!— Kadie (@kadielynn83) April 27, 2019
Ron, who is one of the most celebrated actors today, rose to limelight for the first time with a role as a child actor in "The Andy Griffith Show," where he played the character of Opie Taylor.
However, his breakthrough role came in 1974, when he landed a place in Gary Marshall's "Happy Days."
According to Ron, he had a problem with the show being renamed after Winkler's character, "Fonzie."