Tom Parker has shared snaps of his new baby son amid his brave battle with a brain tumour.
The former The Wanted star took to his social media pages to share two adorable posts of the youngster, just weeks after welcoming him into the world with wife Kelsey.
Bolton-born Tom first shared the news earlier this month that his family had grown, with wife Kelsey giving birth just days before.
The exciting announcement came less than a month after Tom announced he was suffering from an inoperable brain tumour and was undergoing treatment in a bid to prolong his prognosis.
In the snaps, baby Bodhi can be seen wearing nothing but a woolly hat as he lays sleeping, resting his head on his tiny hands.
Another saw the tot laying against a grey backdrop, hugging a cream coloured heart as he rested his eyes.
Captioning the post, Tom penned: "Bodhi Thomas Paris Parker," alongside a single blue heart emoji.
Tom Parker shares first look of baby son Bodhi months after tragic tumour diagnosis
His post which has been liked almost 34,000 times was instantly inundated by celebrities and fans gushing over the adorable tot.
The Wanted's former manager, Rachel Wood added: "Gorgeous Thomas."
His Lost+Found partner, Ollie Marland was left speechless saying: "Unreal, what a beautiful lad,"
"Beautiful baby boy. Bodhi Bear," penned one fan.
"My God, I couldn't be happier seeing these pictures, your family is beautiful Tom," gushed a second.
A third added: "Aww! Bodhi is so cute!!! Congratulations on your beautiful baby boy!"
"He looks so much like his sister in the second pic, congrats again," gushed a fourth.
Speaking to OK! Magazine, Tom revealed that medical staff had told him it was the "worst-case scenario".
He said: "I'm still in complete shock, it's so much to take in.
"I knew something wasn't right, but I never expected it to be this. You never think this will happen to you."
Tom broke the news of his diagnosis to his social media followers, saying: "Hey guys, you know that we've both been quiet on social media for a few weeks and it's time to tell you why.
"There's no easy way to say this but I've sadly been diagnosed with a brain tumour and I'm already undergoing treatment."
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