Pierce Brosnan of 007 Fame Warms Hearts as He Shares Photo with Youngest Son Paris on His 19th Birthday
Pierce Brosnan melted hearts as he showed off an adorable selfie of him smiling along with his youngest son Paris Brosnan. He made the post in honor of Paris' 19th birthday.
"Happy 19th Birthday dear Paris Beckett ❤dad."
Many of Pierce's fans joined in to wish Paris a happy birthday and sent a sea of heart emoji's in showing their love for the adorable father-son moment.
The black and white selfie posted by the "007" alum showed the two posing arm in arm with their hair slicked back and giving the camera their best smiles. Paris responded to the post by thanking his father for the tribute.
"Feeling blessed to be on this earth, surrounded by good people, being in good health, & giving back to others. Isn't that what it's all about? Love y'all."
Joining his brother, Dylan Brosnan, in taking full advantage of the good looks they inherited from their famous father, Paris ventured into the world of modeling as a teenager.
It is reported, he has walked on runways for high-end designers. In 2018 he walked in his first fashion show for Dolce & Gabbana. Since then, he has walked runways for Ralph Lauren and done campaigns for Chrome Hearts.
Making a name for himself with only a few fashion credits under his belt, Paris has graced the covers of magazines such as MMSCENE and Rollercoaster.
Sharing his other talents behind the camera, Paris also followed his mother, Keely Shaye Smith's passion for journalism and philanthropy, when he made a documentary about his partnership with "Feed."
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@clarinsusa X @feed brought me on a journey to Sri Lanka to see how their partnership is making a direct impact on the lives of so many kids. This a snippet of the video I filmed out there. Full video is in my bio or on Clarins YouTube Channel. #schoolmeals #wfp #clarinsxfeed http://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/world-hunger-day-feed-supper
In a documentary shot by Paris during a trip to Sri Lanka, he detailed the partnership established by "Feed" and Clarins to help provide meals for people living in poverty.
The project was so personal to Paris that he spent time in the affected communities, documenting the work being done in helping to feed some of the school children.