His wife Kate Ferdinand gave birth to their son late last year.
And Rio Ferdinand combined comfort and style on Friday as he wore taupe loungewear while holding his newborn baby, Cree, at his Kent home.
The football ace, 42, and his one-month-old son sported matching outfits in a delightful snap uploaded to his social media account.
Like a father like a son: Rio Ferdinand, 42, and her month-old son Cree sported matching outfits for a delightful photo at home in Kent on Friday
Rio also wore gray sheepskin slippers with her initials embroidered to the side while her son kept his little toes warm in white socks.
Cree also donned a white bib over his neutral outfit as he rested in his father’s arms.
The father-of-four sported a well-defined beard and short haircut as he captioned the snap to his 4.5 million Instagram followers: “ Father and son, match day !! 1st of many #fatherandson. ‘
His wife, 29, also shared a selection of images, including an adorable snap of Cree’s hands on Monday, while saying she was grateful for her “ health, friends, family and fans ” .
Candid: Her partner, 29, also shared a selection of images, including an adorable snap of Cree’s hands on Monday while saying she was grateful for her ‘health, friends, family and fans’ ‘
The new mom wrote: ‘Thank you for all of your amazing messages and support. I am grateful to you all ⭐️
“ A lot of you are feeling similar locked out, although every day isn’t that great right now, it has really helped me these past few days to focus on the things that I’m grateful for. ”
Kate also said that “being able to walk and looking fresh – something I took for granted until the last few weeks” was another positive thing to treasure.
She continued her grateful list: ‘All the amazing memories I have been able to make with my family over the past few years.
So cute: Kate posted a photo of her baby’s hands in her post after welcoming him into the world in December
“My emotions, although I am so moving, help me to love and love the person I am.
“I could add so many more photos, but these are some of my favorites. What are you guys grateful for?
The message comes after Kate showed a sweet handwritten note from her nine-year-old stepdaughter Tia, who asked her to stop crying after hearing her sob behind a door.
The former TOWIE star said she hoped Cree’s screams’ would drown out the sound of my tears’, and that she was overwhelmed when she found a message that read: ‘Stop crying. I love you ”(sic) had been slipped out the door.
Optimistic: The former TOWIE star also spoke about her supportive fans and said being able to take walks has helped her stay positive during the lockdown.
Kate wrote: ‘Just when I thought the screaming baby would drown out the sound of my tears I put him through the door like I wasn’t moved enough.
“ To new moms, moms, mothers-in-law … and anyone struggling to get locked out, I can feel you! Sometimes we just need to sneak into our bedroom and cry a little … even then because of the lockdown we can have a lot of little ears listening.
“ A mix of new baby, lockdown, kids at home and lack of sleep did have me. I feel like a robot going through the same daily routine, feeding baby, wind baby, waiting for him to wake up and repeat.
Kate told her followers she was’ happy to live the life I do ”, with her husband Rio and her three stepchildren; Lorenz, 14, Tate, 12 Tia, her son Cree and her two dogs.
‘Stop crying’: This comes after Kate showed a sweet handwritten note from her nine-year-old stepdaughter Tia asking her to stop crying after feeling overwhelmed with emotion