In a photo and a video posted to Ammika Harris' Instagram, Chris Brown's 11-month old son, Aeko Catori Brown, captured the hearts of many with his adorable facial expressions.
Chris Brown and Ammika Harris's son, Aeko Catori Brown, loves his cartoons. The photo and short video show the toddler making adorable faces while focusing on his shows.
The snap and video, which has garnered over 160,000 likes, has fans thanking Harris for sharing photos of her cute son. She captioned the picture, "Focused."
Harris does not shy away from sharing photos of her cute little one which always delights her fans. The photos prove that the Aeko Catori takes after his famous father.
Aeko, who turns 1 on November 20, was born to Brown and Harris last year after months of speculation about her pregnancy. The proud parents dropped many clues on Instagram before posting photos of their son.
Brown has been unable to see his son since January due to the world-wide COVID-19 pandemic. Harris had been living overseas with 11-month-old Aeko while Brown was in the United States
Harris was first linked to Brown in 2015 after his breakup with ex, Karrueche Tran. Since then, the couple has been rumored to be on and off.
Harris intimated on social media that she had taken her son to Germany to meet his grandmother and then COVID-19 travel restrictions were imposed.
In October, the singer shared a photo of Harris, Aeko, and himself on a bench. He captioned the photo, "MADE IT" and added a heart love heart emoji, sparking rumors that they were on again.
Harris was first linked to Brown in 2015 after his breakup with ex Karrueche Tran. Since then, the couple has been rumored to be on and off.
Brown has had a lot of ups and downs throughout his career. The R&B star had a 90-day stint in rehab in 2014 and had legal troubles that landed him in jail in 2015.
Brown has one other child, Royalty Brown, 5 with his ex Nia Guzman who is also his father's mini-me. Aeko Catori, who features prominently on the model and influencer's Instagram, is Harris' first child.
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