John Stamos shares first photo of his 2-month-old son's face

Jun 22, 2018
12:45 P.M.
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John Stamos, being a proud first-time dad, shared an adorable portrait of his baby son. 

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The actor who usually plays a father or a grandfather on films and TV has recently become a real father to his two-month-old son, Billy,

To commemorate Father’s Day, Stamos shared a sweet photo of him and his son on Instagram together with a heartwarming message about fatherhood.

‘My first Father’s Day means that I don’t have to hand a kid back to the parents when someone yells cut. It means when people ask me if I’m a father, I don’t have to use the goofy line, ‘No, but I play one on TV,’’ the actor wrote. 

He also shared that the thought of being known as someone else’s dad for the rest of his life was all he ever wanted.

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He ended the sweet caption by greeting everyone a happy Father’s day.

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On April 10th, Stamos became a father for the first time when his wife, Caitlin McHugh, gave birth to a healthy baby boy they named William “Billy” Christopher.

In a special tribute to her husband, McHugh posted a special greeting for Stamos on her Instagram page on Father’s Day.

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She wrote, ‘Happy 1st Father’s Day to the best new daddy! I knew you’d be a great father, but you’ve exceeded expectations. You change diapers! Lol, and so much more, of course. We love you most.’

Stamos has been looking forward to spending more time with his son as he will be taking the baby with his on a cross-country travel.

The actor, who is a star and producer on Fuller House, will be hosting PBS’ yearly broadcast of A Capitol Fourth, which is the national 4th of July celebration in Washington, D.C.

It will be baby Billy’s first time to travel with his father.

Talking about fatherhood to People, Stamos shared that it’s everything that he expected it would be.

For more stories about Stamos and his new baby, visit our Twitter account, @amomama_usa.

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