Justin Timberlake
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Justin Timberlake Shares Photo Of Baby Son, Phineas

In honor of Father’s Day, Justin Timberlake released a photo of his 11-month-old son Phineas for the first time ever.

In the heartwarming photo posted to Instagram on Sunday, the 39-year old megastar singer/actor is seen playing video games with his elder son, 6-year-old Silas, while baby Phineas clutches his own controller on the floor, with the following Timberlake-penned caption:

“Being a dad is better than I ever could have imagined…I am grateful to my fathers and grandfathers for showing me the way, for making the sacrifices so that I could pursue my dreams, and for teaching me that REAL LIFE is found in all the little moments…Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!!!” Timberlake and his wife / fellow actor, Jessica Biel, have remained very quiet about Phineas, and Silas has remained largely out of the spotlight throughout the years.

For her part, the “7th Heaven” actress claimed that she and her husband had no intention of keeping their second child’s birth a secret. In June, she stated on Dax Shepard‘s “Armchair Expert” podcast, “It was just COVID, and then I went to Montana with my family and never left.” Biel was also thankful that COVID-19 limitations had been relaxed, allowing Timberlake to be with her in the delivery room. “There was a time when nobody was allowed at all, and I was really nervous about that situation,” she explained. “However, he was permitted. I imagine it would have been more worse if I had to be there alone. I would have been terrified.” Silas was born in 2015 after the couple married in 2012.

Despite the coronavirus epidemic, the couple discreetly welcomed their new son in July 2020, but didn’t announce the news until six months later. In January, the former *NSYNC member claimed on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” “He’s amazing and adorable, nobody is sleeping.” “However, we’re ecstatic. We’re overjoyed and couldn’t be more pleased. Thank you very much.”

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Author: Luke Traina

Photo: Gage Skidmore