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Louis Tomlinson shares first snap of son

Published 28/01/2016

Louis Tomlinson
Louis Tomlinson

Louis Tomlinson has shared a snap of his son and revealed the tot's name is Freddie.

Louis Tomlinson has shared the first photo of his newborn son.

The One Direction star became a first time father last week (ends22Jan16) with LA-based stylist Briana Jungwirth. The two are not a item, but share a friendship, and Louis has been on cloud nine since the birth of the tot.

He's now revealed to fans what the baby looks like, with a cute black and white snap on Twitter, and also his son's name, which is Freddie and not Sydney as had been reported,

"Meet my little lad, Freddie," he gushed.

"Freddie Tommo.

"Thank you so much for the all nice messages :)"

Briana also uploaded a snap of her offspring, taking to Instagram with a photo of her lightly kissing Freddie on the head as she lays in her hospital bed.

"1/21/16. Freddie Reign. Love of my life," she captioned the photo.

One Direction are currently on a break, which means Louis can fully dedicate himself to being on hand for Freddie and Briana. He's reportedly moved to LA to be close by and is supporting the pair with a generous child support deal.

Louis' bandmates Harry Styles, Liam Payne and Niall Horan have not yet taken to social media to publicly congratulate the new dad.

Harry is reportedly busy at the moment securing a new management team, after allegedly parting ways with Modest Management. Britain's The Sun newspaper reports the British star will now be handled by his close friend and top US agent Jeffrey Azoff.

“Harry is done with One Direction," a music insider told the publication. "He wants to completely disassociate with the band and that includes any professional connection.

“His new team will be about launching him as a solo superstar by around this time next year so the work is starting now.”

Niall, Liam and Louis are thought to be staying with Modest.

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