Meet Tom Hanks' adorable mulatto granddaughter from his troubled son Chet
The son of Tom Hanks revealed that the birth of his baby daughter saved him from a life of drug and alcohol abuse.
The yet-to-be-named baby daughter of the Hollywood icon Tom Hanks' troubled son, Chet, made a public appearance for the first time in December of 2016 when she was seen being carried around by her delighted mother, Tiffany Miles.
According to Daily Mail, Hanks' 26-year-old son, Chet, was missing during the outing close to Tiffany's home in Indio, California.
The source quoted a fellow onlooker as stating: "You can tell straight away that it's Tom's granddaughter. The similarities between her and Tom are incredible." The onlooker further stated that they both shared "same high forehead."
60-year-old Hanks and wife Rita Wilson welcomed their baby granddaughter back in April earlier that year.
Chet, who has struggled with the issues of drugs and alcohol in the past, also released a video in which he revealed that his daughter had inspired him to deal 'once-and-for-all' with his issues and to live a life of sobriety.
In the video, he said, "I want to share something today because it's about to be shared anyway in the press, which is the fact that I have a daughter," the Daily Mail reported.
He further stated that his daughter was the best thing that had happened to him and he would now work to turn his life around and get sober.
Chet also revealed that he had been sober from everything, drugs as well as alcohol, for over a year and a half. He stated that erasing his past mistakes had not been easy but he was trying his best to do it.
He has since ended his relationship with Miles, but he stated in a post that she was "one of the nicest people" he knew and he was grateful that his daughter had such a great mother.