JAMIE Redknapp has shared the sweet moment his dad Harry met his newborn son for the first time.
Granddad Harry smiled for the camera as he cradled baby Raphael.
Jamie, 48, gave a nod to hit film When Harry Met Sally by captioning the snap: “When Harry met Raphael.”
The four-week-old was sound asleep as he lay in football manager Harry’s arms.
But he’d dressed up for the special occasion in a cute onesie and slicked up hair.
Raphael was celebrating his first Christmas with his famous family – and looked like he was being smothered with love.
On Christmas Eve, his doting dad Jamie gave him a kiss on the head after dressing Raphael in a festive red jumper with his name knitted on the back.
Jamie captioned the post: “Happy Christmas Eve everyone ❤️ . Thanks for my super cool jumper @clydo ❤️. Red is definitely his colour.”
Jamie’s wife Frida, 38, shared an adorable new close-up snap of Raphael just weeks after giving birth.
The new mum, who welcomed her fifth child Raphael Anders on November 24, placed a gentle hand on the side of his head as she showed off his dark eyes and full head of mousy brown hair.
Swedish-born model showed the newborn tucked under a blanket and wearing a grey babygro, with his name and a red love heart emoji.
Since his birth four weeks ago, Jamie – who is also dad to Charlie, 17, and Beau, 13, with ex-wife Louise – and Frida have shared a handful of snaps of their son.
Former footballer Jamie recently showed his mum Sandra meeting her grandson, and also included one of the tot with his lookalike brother Mark.
In the pictures proud nan Sandra can be seen gazing down at little Raphael, while 51-year-old Mark is holding out a finger for the baby.
“This makes me so happy. First time Raphael met his nanny and uncle Mark,” Jamie wrote of the collection of snaps.
Jamie and his new wife Frida Andersson welcomed Raphael last month, just five weeks after they tied the knot.
Posting an adorable snap of him and the baby on Instagram at the time, Jamie wrote: “Meet Raphael Anders Redknapp, we’re so in love, mum is doing so well too.
“We can’t thank the amazing doctors and nurses at the Chelsea and Westminster enough. So excited for him to meet my boys.”