Ziggy Marley Shares a Photo of His Curly-Haired Son Wearing a Palm Hat from His Ocho Rios Brand
Ziggy Marley shared this rare photo of his adorable curly-haired son Isaiah wearing a limited edition Ocho Rios hat, and fans are going crazy over how cute he looks.
Ziggy Marley's fans rarely get to see his young son on social media, so when he shared a cute new photo of him, they went into a frenzy. The cuteness meter was off the charts after all!
Taking to Instagram, Ziggy shared a couple of snaps featuring Isaiah, his mother Orly, and his siblings, Judah, Gideon, and Abraham. The first snap saw the happy family posing by the beach.
Orly donned the limited edition Ocho Rios hat and smiled alongside the children. Isaiah clung to his brother and smiled at the camera, looking adorable as always.
The next photo was what stole the show. Isaiah lay on the sofa with a cheeky smile as he bent his knee. He donned printed black and white shorts and the Ocho Rios hat.
Isaiah looked like he was in a vacation mood. His curly strands hung loose upon his neck and forehead like spiral strands of copper and gold. The little one clearly has his father's swag!
Ziggy's biggest sources of inspiration are his children.
"Omgosh... [sic] in this pic Abraham looks exactly like young Bob!!! Wow! Beautiful family Ziggy!" one fan commented. "Such beautiful people with the higher vibration," another fan gushed.
Ziggy is pretty close to his youngest son. His 2020 album "More Family Time" was inspired by Isaiah. It was a follow-up to his Grammy-winning 2009 album, "Family Time."
In an interview with Grammy.com, the prince of reggae opened up about how his children have made him a better person and beautifully described the lessons that came with parenting.
"They're human beings and seeing how they grow and how they develop is really, to me, a lesson about creation and how magical this all is."
Ziggy's biggest sources of inspiration are his children, but it was his legendary father, Bob Marley, who encouraged him and his siblings to make music in the first place.
The biggest lesson he learned from the late reggae king was living up to his principles. Ziggy learned about charity, selflessness, having principles, and standing up for what he believes in through his father.