Eric Trump’s son Luke is about to celebrate his first Halloween, and the little boy has already been sporting some onesies that can easily be mistaken for costumes.
The 33-year-old dad has been sharing plenty of photos of his one-month-old son on social media, and on Wednesday he took to Instagram to post some adorable snapshots of his only child modeling a Tabasco onesie featuring the pepper sauce brand’s logo.
Little Luke appears to be lying on Eric’s legs in the two images, which he captioned using the hashtag ‘#Spicy.’
Spicy! Eric Trump took to social media on Wednesday to share photos of his one-month-old son Luke wearing a Tabasco onesie featuring the pepper sauce brand’s logo
Look of love: Eric’s wife, Lara, can be seen bending over to give her son a sweet kiss on the forehead in one of the snapshots
The newborn’s cute onesie is black with short red sleeves and features the Tabasco logo, and Luke has curious look on his face while his dad is snapping his photo.
In the next snapshot, Eric’s 35-year-old wife, Lara, is seen bending over to give her son a sweet kiss on the forehead.
Lara, who was clearly a fan of the photo, shared a black and white version on her own Instagram page on Wednesday.
Luke is only a little over a month old, but the tot already has plenty of cheeky onesies to hang around the house in.
Stylish tot: Over the weekend, Eric posted a photo of himself cuddled up with Luke, who was wearing a royal blue Nike onesie with the word ‘Swoosh’ splashed across the front
Loungewear: Luke is only a little over a month old, but the tot already has plenty of cheeky onesies to hang around the house in
Movie buff: Lara recently posted a video of Luke wearing a onesie featuring the words, ‘Talk to me, Goose’ — one of Tom Cruise’s famous lines from the 1986 film Top Gun
Over the weekend, Eric posted a photo of himself cuddled up with Luke, who was wearing a royal blue Nike onesie with the word ‘Swoosh’ splashed across the front.
Last week, the proud dad shared a snapshot of Luke wearing a Nike onesie that reads: ‘The Last 9 Months Were My Off-Season.’
The picture was posted to show off Luke’s wild blond hair, which many say he inherited from his grandfather, President Trump.
Meanwhile, Lara recently shared a video of Luke sporting a black onesie featuring a pair of aviator sunglasses and the words, ‘Talk to me, Goose’ — one of Tom Cruise’s famous lines from the 1986 film Top Gun.
Lara starts the video with a full shot of Luke in his Top Gun-inspired onesie before zooming on the baby’s chubby cheeks and deep blue eyes.
Helping hand: Lara happily took to Instagram earlier this week to urge her followers to buy the president’s special Halloween edition of his ‘Make America Great Again’ hats
Boy’s best friend: ‘Trying to figure out if Charlie is being a really good helper or just wants a treat,’ Lara captioned this image on Wednesday
Blond boy: Lara also recently shared a snapshot of Luke’s wild hair, and some of her Instagram followers noted that he takes after his grandfather, President Trump
The mother-of-one has also gotten into the Halloween spirit. Last Friday she took to her social media pages to share a snapshot of herself modeling an orange, jack-o’-lantern-inspired ‘Make America Great Again’ hat that was being sold on her father-in-law’s website.
The $45 ‘MAGA Pumpkin Hat’ features an embroidered jack-o’-lantern on the front and Trump’s infamous campaign slogan on the back.
Lara certainly created buzz for the cap, as thousands of people took to the comments section of her Twitter post to make fun of the hat — including some famous comedians.
‘You… made a Trump hat… featuring… an orange ghoul?’ Samantha Bee wrote, while Rosie O’Donnell added: ‘Oh Lara – brace for the fall its coming honey.’
Perfect fall day: Lara went apple picking with friends and her two dogs at Stuart’s fruit farm in Granite Springs, New York on Saturday
Scenic views: Eric and Lara took Luke to visit Trump Winery earlier this month
Although it is unclear if the Trumps are aware that they are playing into one of the longest running jokes about the president, most people couldn’t get over the first family’s perceived lack of self-awareness.
‘Is that supposed to be Trump on the hat [because] you were able to capture his unique skin tone exceptionally well,’ Chris Klemens wrote, and Matthew A. Cherry shared a similar sentiment.
‘This hat is surprisingly accurate. An orange monster. Kudos,’ he wrote.
Although plenty of people mocked the pricey caps, the limited-edition hats are now sold out, according to Trump’s website.