Louis Tomlinson opens up about being a dad


Louis Tomlinson

by Polly Foreman |
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We can probably all agree that Louis Tomlinson is the world's biggest DILF (OK, top 10 AT LEAST).

His son Freddie was born in January of this year to Briana Jungwirth, an American hairdresser who he'd had a brief fling with the previous summer.

Louis has a pretty darn great relationship with the baba (who is ridiculously cute, BTW), and he frequently uploads pics with power enough to make a pebble broody – like this one:


Anyway, Louis opened up about being a young dad during his appearance as a judge on America's Got Talent, telling Mel B between shots: "I didn't think I'd be having a kid at this age, but it is incredible".




Literally, AWWWWWWW!

Mel then asked how old he was (why the f*ck isn't she more clued up on the 1D boys?), to which he replied "24" – because he's 24.

He also revealed that he'd like Freddie to play football (or "soccer" as it's known where he lives). He said: "If he wants to, of course. I could coach him! He can do whatever he wants to do. He can try sport and if that doesn't work, do music!"

All this cuteness comes during a pretty difficult time for Louis, as he's apparently currently involved in a custody battle with baby mama Briana. It's said that she started making it more difficult for him to see Fredster, and he's now seeking joint custody.

Briana Jungwirth

It's believed that Briana could be making it difficult for Lou because she hasn't quite taken to his new girlfriend Danielle Campbell (she once posted a veeeeery shady tweet directed at her).

The tweet said: "You can pretend all you want but you will NEVER be my baby son's mother"

It's thought that the tweet was a reaction to some pics that fans posted to Twitter, showing Louis, Danielle and Freddie on the beach – including one in which Danielle was snuggling with the baby.

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