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Wednesday 28 January 2015

Chris Pratt 'in awe daily' of son

Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt

Chris Pratt can't believe how swiftly his and Anna Faris' son Jack is growing up.

The 33-year-old Zero Dark Thirty actor and his 36-year-old comedienne wife Anna welcomed their first tot together in August 2012.

Five-month-old Jack never ceases to amaze his father Chris.

"Right now, it's an endless string of firsts," Chris explained to People magazine.

"His first coo and cuddle. The first time he smiles. The first time he rubs his eyes. His first really big poop. I'm in awe daily."

Chris is enjoying spending time with his infant.

The star doesn't know what to expect when Jack reaches his toddler phase.

"He's going to run around and require more attention and nurturing, but with that comes his ability to one day say, 'Daddy, I love you.' Well, at least I hope he says that," Chris smiled.

Anna and Chris met on the set of their 2007 movie Take Me Home Tonight and got engaged two years later.

They tied the knot in July 2009.

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