See 'All That' Star Kel Mitchell's 2-Month-Old Son's Winning Smile & Uncanny Resemblance to Dad
"All That" star Kel Mitchell shared an adorable pic with his son, who just turned two-months-old. The cute baby wore a winning smile that showed his resemblance to his dad.
Actor Kel Mitchell couldn't be happier to show off the latest addition to his family - his fourth child, Honor Johari-Rice Mitchell, whom he shares with his wife, Asia Lee.
Honor is now two months old, and the doting dad shared some lovely pics with his Instagram followers; the biggest takeaway from the snaps was how much the two looked alike.
Kel Mitchell at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2019 at Barker Hangar on July 11, 2019 in Santa Monica, California.| Source: Getty Images
The pics captured Mitchell holding his baby boy in his arms. The duo was pictured in their home with white bear-shaped Christmas stockings hung on the fireplace behind them. The post was captioned:
"Honor turned two months today!! And he is super happy about it! Peep the smile!"
Mitchell was dressed in a hooded black sweater with the word "Prayer" printed boldly in white and a black printed head wrap. The 42-year-old dad looked smitten as he held his son close.
Baby Honor looked all too thrilled to be in his dad's arms. He also sported an endearing smile while dressed in a cute striped outfit and grey printed baby bib.
In all three pics, baby Honor looked cheerful, smiling along with Mitchell and showing off how much they looked alike. In the comments section, fans swooned over the father and son combo.
One fan commented, "Awe that beautiful smile!!!! Hey Honor!!!" Another fan wrote, "Aww he’s so adorable. His smile definitely shows it. I’m sure he’s excited cause it’ll be his first Christmas as well."
Mitchell and Lee welcomed baby Honor on October 23. The couple revealed that they were expecting their second child together in May when they took part in a TikTok challenge
Honor joined the couple's other child, Wisdom, 3. Mitchell has two adult children, Allure, 19, and Lyric, 21, whom he shares with his ex-wife, Tyisha Hampton.
Mitchell, whose eldest daughter Allure, started college in 2019, has come a long way since his days on "All That," which debuted when he was 15 years old.