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Liv Tyler shares first pics of son Sailor

Published 18/08/2015

Liv Tyler's son Sailor Gene Gardner
Liv Tyler's son Sailor Gene Gardner

Liv Tyler can't stop gushing about her adorable little boy Sailor Gene Gardner.

The 38-year-old actress and her partner Dave Gardner welcomed their tot Sailor Gene, who was six weeks early, in February. Liv had given fans little glimpses of her baby previously but has now revealed his face for the first time.

She uploaded an adorable snap on Instagram, WhoSay and Twitter of Sailor wearing an outfit appropriate for his name - an adorable sailor-style romper.

"Our beautiful baby boy Sailor Gene Gardner 6 months old so so sooooo in love and grateful@davidgardner (sic)" she gushed alongside the picture, with love hearts in between words.

Followers shared their congratulations and advice to Liv, who also has son Milo, ten, with ex-husband Royston Langdon.

"Such a gift, my one and only will be 23 in November. Don't blink Liv..(sic)" one user shared.

And it appears the cute snap also caught the attention of a famous name, as one fan commented that soccer star David Beckham had favourited it. The dad-of-four is close pals with Liv's beau Dave and earlier this year it was reported David is Sailor's godfather.

Dave also shared the photo on his account and joked the tot takes after his mother with his perfect features.

"Our gorgeous baby boy....Sailor Gene Gardner ?? Thank goodness he looks like his beautiful Mummy ?? x (sic)" he wrote.

Liv didn't stop with one photo to celebrate her little one reaching the half-a-year milestone. She also posted a photo of him in a baby grow covered in panthers, captioning it: "Meowwww getting stronger !!!!! @davidgardner (sic)"

Liv and Dave have been inseparable since starting a relationship early last year after being introduced by mutual friend Kate Moss.

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