Baby’s first passport! Shakira tweets cute photo of Gerard Pique and son Milan at passport office
Baby Milan was born in Barcelona two months ago to a Spanish father and a Colombian mother.
So it was only going to be a matter of time until the little boy would be obtaining his first passport to go with his celebrity baby jet-setting lifestyle.
Proud mother Shakira posted a photo online of her footballer boyfriend Gerard Pique and their 10-week-old baby at the passport office.
Father and son: Gerard Pique and his 10-week-old son Milan at the passport office
Writing in both Spanish and English on her Instagram page, she said: ‘Daddy and son waiting for Milan’s passport!’
With Gerard looking to the side, he keeps two hands on his adorable son, who looks towards his mother – presumably the one behind the camera.
The little boy looked smart in his blue checked shirt and navy trousers as he sat on his father’s lap.
It looks like Milan may be getting his passport ahead of Shakira’s return to the United States ahead of The Voice live shows.
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Shakira can currently be seen on-screen for the auditions, but will be gearing up for the live battle rounds, which are set to screen in two weeks time.
The Latina beauty, 36, and Barcelona FC player, 26, announced their son Milan’s birth on his official website in January.
Gerard wrote: ‘Just like his father, baby Milan became a member of FC Barcelona at birth.’
Shakira added: ‘We are happy to announce the birth of Milan Piqué Mebarak, son of Shakira Mebarak and Gerard Piqué, born January 22nd at 9:36pm, in Barcelona, Spain.
‘The name Milan (pronounced MEE-lahn), means dear, loving and gracious in Slavic; in Ancient Roman, eager and laborious; and in Sanskrit, unification…
‘The hospital confirmed that the couple’s first child weighed approximately 6lbs. 6 ounces, and that both mother and child are in excellent health.’
The handsome couple met in 2010 while shooting the video to her song Waka Waka (This Time for Africa).
The song was the official track of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, which was won by Spain.