Michael Douglas couldn't help but gush as he met his baby grandson for the very first time.
The Hollywood legend, 76, was completely smitten with month-old Ryder as he shared a heartwarming snap of the pair's first embrace.
Michael's son Cameron Douglas and his partner Viviane welcomed their second child in mid-December, and he's finally met his famous grandfather after a month of being apart due to the pandemic.
Father-of-three Michael - who shares two other children with wife Catherine Zeta-Jones - looked completely at ease during burping duties as he beamed from ear-to-ear whilst holding his first grandson.
With the tot laying on his arm and the other clutching a bottle of baby milk, Michael certainly proved he knows what he's doing.
"First time I’ve seen my month old grandson, Ryder," he wrote alongside the sweet snap.
Actress Michelle Pfeiffer penned: "Congratulations Michael," alongside a heart emoji.
"I’m happy for you Michael he’s beautiful perfect," one fan gushed.
While a third added: "What a beautiful baby. You're blessed."
Michael's eldest son Cameron, 42, and his wife welcomed baby Ryder on December 23.
The pair - who are already proud parents to three-year-old daughter Lua - were congratulated by Michael on social media.
After the birth of Ryder, MIchael took to Instagram to welcome his son's newborn.
"Congratulations Cameron and Viviane! Welcome to the world Ryder T. Douglas," adding a heart emoji and the hashtag "#ProudGrandpa".
MIchael shares son Cameron with ex-wife Diandra Morella. The pair were married from 1977 until 1995.
The actor then went on to marry The Mask of Zorro star Catherine Zeta-Jones, who is 25 years his junior.
The pair tied the knot in 2000 and have since welcomed son Dylan, 20, and 17-year-old daughter Carys.
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