Justin Timberlake gives rare look at son Phineas in Father’s Day post

Justin Timberlake shared a photo of his 11-month-old son, Phineas, for the first time in celebration of Fathers Day.In the sweet pic uploaded to Instagram on Sunday, the “Mirrors” singer, 40, is seen playing video games with his older son, 6-year-old Silas, while baby Phineas holds his own controller on the floor.
Timberlake, who shares both sons with wife Jessica Biel, penned a moving message about fatherhood for the post’s caption.
“Being a dad is better than I ever could have imagined,” he wrote.
“Thankful to my dads and my grandfathers for leading the way, making the sacrifices for me to live out my dreams, and for teaching me that REAL LIFE happens in all the little moments.”
He added: “Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!!!”
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Timberlake and Biel, 39, have been relatively quiet about Phineas and have also largely kept Silas out of the spotlight over the years.
The couple secretly welcomed Phineas in July 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, though they didn’t confirm the news until six months later.
“He’s awesome and so cute. Nobody’s sleeping,” the former *NSYNC member said on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in January.
“But we’re thrilled. We’re thrilled and couldn’t be happier. Very grateful.”
The “7th Heaven” alum, for her part, insisted that she and her husband did not intend to keep the birth of their second child a secret.
“It was just COVID happened, and then I went to Montana with my family and never left,” she explained on Dax Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast in June.
Biel also expressed how grateful she was that Timberlake was able to join her in the delivery room as COVID-19 restrictions had been lifted.
“There was a moment where there was nobody allowed at all, and I was really getting nervous about that situation,” she said. “But yes, he was allowed. I think if I had to be there alone, that would have been horrible. I would have been really scared.”
The pair married in 2012 and welcomed Silas in 2015.
This article originally appeared on Page Six and was reproduced with permission