What kind of dad is John Krasinski? He’s the type who whips out his phone at a glitzy movie premiere to show off photos of his new baby daughter.
On Tuesday, the actor overwhelmed cast members Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Winstead with a first look at the newest addition to the Blunt/Krasinski brood at the Los Angeles premiere of his second directorial effort, “The Hollars,” which he also produced and stars in, The Daily Mail reports.
Krasinski and wife Emily Blunt, who are already parents to 2-year-old Hazel, recently welcomed their second child, Violet, in June. The couple has yet to release a photo of Violet to the public, so we’ll just have to trust Krasinski’s co-stars’ reactions (and that gene pool) and guess that she is just adorable.
According to “The Office” actor, baby Violet is equally popular on the home front. In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Krasinski opened up about his new family dynamics and explained how his eldest daughter has embraced her new sister.
“She really loves the baby, and I think there is this idea of, ‘Oh my God, she is adorable,’” he said. “I mean when a 2-and-a-half-year-old hugs a newborn baby it’s one of the cutest things you will ever see.”
Um, that is cute, but we’re almost positive the photo above is cuter.
Watch a trailer for “The Hollars” below:
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