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Louis Tomlinson's first stroll with baby Freddie

Published 25/03/2016

Louis Tomlinson is the first member of One Direction to become a father
Louis Tomlinson is the first member of One Direction to become a father

Louis Tomlinson took control of his baby boy's pushchair in public for the first time as they strolled around Los Angeles on Thursday.

The One Direction star was pictured proudly pushing the infant's stroller in the city, where he's relocated, in order to spend time with his newborn son Freddie Reign, two months.

Louis was pictured enjoying quality time with the tot without the baby's mother Briana Jungwirth for the first time on a sunny day out.

The 24-year-old 1D singer was joined by his close friend, Oli Wright, and a bodyguard for the low key outing, and he seemed at ease being in charge of his son alone. There was no sign of his girlfriend, The Originals actress Danielle Campbell who is reportedly banned from spending time with the baby.

It's alleged Louis and Briana have been embroiled in a bitter custody battle over their newborn son as Briana is "concerned about another woman interfering with the 'critical bonding period' between mother and son", reports TMZ.

Meanwhile Louis recently shared Simon Cowell was among the first to know he was expecting a baby with Briana.

"Simon is one of the first people I told about my son, Freddie. You can trust him," he told Billboard in a new cover story about the music mogul. Simon has always been a great mentor to the boy band, praises Louis, especially when they wanted to take a break.

“Simon was completely understanding when we told him we wanted to go on a break. Not once did he put any pressure on us... Once you get to know him, he’s lovely and kind, " he added.

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