A month after being born, first-time dad Matt Bellamy shared a photo of him and Kate Hudson’s baby boy, little Bing.
Named after the search engine, kidding, Bing is short for Bingham Hawn Bellamy, born on July 9th in LA.
The proud dad tweeted the photo of Kate smiling and looking away from the camera while little baby Bing curls up to mom and a caption that reads, “Family life!”
Bing is the second child for Kate, who has a 7-year old son Ryder with ex-husband Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes.
This is the first pic of baby debuted by the Hudson-Bellamy clan. The family stepped out with Bingham last Monday at LAX but he was completely concealed with a blanket.
Bellamy thought tweeting a photo of the baby would keep the paparazzi away, he tweeted, “Wow, these paps are annoying. Thought we’d tweet a pic in hope of paps backing off, didn’t work!”
The new dad is rightfully angry and wants to protect his little boy, he also said, “There should be laws protecting minors…Daily mail – expect to hear from lawyers soon ;)”
Twitpics must be the new “baby’s first photo album,” as Victoria Beckham also debuted a photo of her newborn Harper Seven on twitter. The pic of David and baby had a caption that read, “Daddy’s little girl.”
David later revealed a photo on facebook of Victoria and daughter napping that said “I took this picture of my two girls sleeping.”
In other baby news, funny lady Tina Fey gave birth to her second daughter earlier this week. Her name is Penelope Athena, which in terms of baby names, is actually weirder than Bingham or Harper Seven.
But back to Kate Hudson, although Hudson and Bellamy got engaged months before they welcomed Bingham into the world, they say they are too busy at the moment to think about planning a wedding.
“One thing at a time," Hudson tells Elle magazine while she was still expecting. "We'll say hello to our new one and enjoy that for a while."
Although she has one son already and should be something of a veteran when it comes to kids, Kate tells Hollyscoop that she looks to her parents for how to love and raise a family.
“My parents were pretty solid. I think what I learned from them was that
nothing was really more important than their kids. Nothing, any glitz or
work can take them away from the real stuff,” Kate tells HS.