Peaches Geldof tweeted on Sunday a picture of her one-month-old son Astala wearing a beige knitted hat and a taupe jumper and testing out more looks on her baby today the socialite tried out some wigs on the baby.
Luckily for Astala none of the wigs were actually real, instead Peaches Geldof, 23, edited his pictures using a clip art application to perhaps take a trip into the future and get a glimpse at what her son might look once his locks grow in.
In the first of the cute uploads Peaches Geldof decorated the picture of Astala as she gazed up at the camera with a short grey wig.
She quickly followed that picture with another image but this time the wig was blonde.
Having a blast she then went onto to post a few more images via her Instagram account of the tot baby with an Afro wig and a short blonde bob similar to the hairstyle Victoria Beckham made famous in 2007.
But it was a picture of the child with a long curly brunette wig that was possibly the closest thing to what he might look like later in life as the hairstyle was similar to that of his father Tom Cohen.
Obviously in awe of the little boy, Peaches Geldof also posted a more sentimental edited picture which was decorated with pink hearts.
Peaches Geldof later shared a close-up shot of her little boy, showing the baby’s adorable face.
Yesterday she posted a series of shots of her little boy on Twitter, showing the tot in various super-cute poses.
Astala is the first child for Peaches Geldof and her fiancé Tom, and she recently spoke about her love for her newborn son.
Speaking about breastfeeding Astala, Peaches Geldof said: “I feed him myself on demand, like mum did with us. The bond I have with Astala when I’m breastfeeding is something which is so incredibly special.
“The realization that I am his source of life, that my body is producing what is keeping him alive is amazing.”
Astala was due on April 24 – the same day as her late mother Paula Yates’s birthday but he arrived six days early by emergency Caesarian section.
But Peaches Geldof said previously that she feels like her mother is watching over her, although she admitted she wished she was here to help her with the baby.
She said: “I’ve felt mum’s presence all the way through my pregnancy and that has been really comforting.
“Becoming a mum has made me feel closer to her than I have ever felt, but it’s also made me miss her more than ever.
“It has been upsetting for me that she hasn’t been around to guide me and advise me and share in it all. She would have been such a cool grandma.”