Michael Douglas's Son Cameron Posts a Sweet Photo Cradling His Newborn Son Ryder
Actor Michael Douglas's son Cameron Douglas shared the cutest snapshot on his Instagram Story, showing him and his adorable newborn son, Ryder.
Michael Douglas's son Cameron Douglas is enjoying every moment he spends with his adorable newborn son Ryder, and he is sharing some of those moments with his fans.
Cameron recently took to his Instagram Story to share a cute photo of him cradling Ryder, who also looked pleased to be with his loving father.
Cameron Douglas visits the SiriusXM Studios on October 24, 2019, in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
In the picture, Cameron was clad in a white hoodie and smiled as he posed for the camera, with Ryder safe in his arms. The precious baby was wrapped in thick white clothing.
He wore a green-and-white patterned onesie and smiled sweetly as he stared at the camera with his little curious eyes. Cameron did not caption the photo.
The proud father shares his son with his girlfriend, Viviane Thibes. The couple welcomed Ryder in December 2020. Ryder is Thibes' and Cameron's second child as a couple. They are also to their three-year-old daughter, Lua Lizzy.
The actor's bond with Cameron is similar to the one he shared with his late father.
Cameron Douglas seen cradling his son, Ryder | Photo: Instagram/cameronmorrelldouglas
Following Ryder's birth, Cameron's dad Michael, and his stepmom, Catherine Zeta-Jones, also congratulated him and Thibes on their son's arrival with separate posts on Instagram.
"First time I've seen my month old grandson, Ryder! ? ❤️."
In the picture, Ryder slept peacefully after enjoying a bottle of milk, while Michael smiled as he posed for the camera, cradling his grandson and holding the milk bottle.
Michael has a close bond with Cameron, who he shares with his ex-wife, Diandra Luker. He also shares two children with his current wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The actor's bond with Cameron is similar to the one he shared with his late father and iconic Hollywood star, Kirk Douglas, who died at 103 on February 5, 2020.
Michael paid tribute to his late father on the anniversary of his death earlier in the month, saying the deceased actor chose a good time to die and that he loved him with all his heart.