Plate of Origin and MKR star Manu Feildel is a doting father to two children.
And on Thursday, the 46-year-old celebrity chef shared a rare photo of himself with his lookalike son Jonti, 15.
He shared a picture to Instagram of himself with the teenager after he was named man of the match in an NRL junior development game with the Sydney Roosters.
‘Very proud dad’: Plate of Origin judge Manu Feildel, 46, shared a rare photo with his lookalike son Jonti, 15, as he was named man of the match in a Roosters junior development game on Thursday
The Frenchman, who wore a grey shirt, bomber jacket, jeans and Roosters cap, beamed alongside his son with his arm over his shoulder.
Meanwhile, Jonti proudly wore his red, white and blue uniform.
Manu wrote in the caption: ‘Roosters Junior Development Game man of the match! Very proud dad.’
Fatherhood: In recent years, Manu has rarely shares images of his son, who he shares with former partner Veronica Morshead, on social media. Pictured is Manu and Jonti
Manu, a prolific social media user, rarely shares images of his son from his previous relationship with Veronica Morshead.
He is now married to Clarissa Weerasena and they welcomed a daughter named Charlee Ariya in 2015.
Last year, he told The Daily Telegraph he was now ‘too old’ to have more children.
Married life: Manu is married to Clarissa Weerasena in 2018 and they welcomed their daughter Charlee Ariya back in 2015
‘I’m getting too old,’ he said, adding that he and Clarissa had already spoken about it.
‘Having a kid is not just having a kid, you’ve got a whole life of it,’ he explained.
‘I’ve got two now, which is plenty. It would be selfish to want to have another one and not have the time to spend with it.’
‘Having a kid is not just having a kid’: Last year, he told The Daily Telegraph that he is now ‘too old’ to have more children. He explained, ‘It would be selfish to want to have another one and not have the time to spend with it’. Pictured is Manu with daughter Charlee and son Jonti