Lottie Tomlinson put on a stylish display as she and Lewis Burton took a special trip to see her brother Louis on stage in Italy.
The influencer, 24, who is the half-sister of the One Direction star, made sure to bring her Lucky along with them for the outing.
Taking to Instagram, the trio appeared happier than ever as they made their way towards the stage at The Away From Home festival, where Louis was headlining.
Documenting their journey, Lottie showed off her chic sense of style in a strapless denim crop top and baggy blue jeans.
The make-up artist flashed her toned stomach as she walked with her son in her arms, who threw his arms up in excitement.
Support: Lottie Tomlinson put on a stylish display as she and Lewis Burton took a special trip to see her brother Louis on stage in Italy
In another clip, partner Lewis can be seen carrying the tot on his shoulders as they wait above the crowds for Louis to come on.
The next clip jumps to Louis performing, with Lewis dancing with Lucky in his arms.
Despite enjoying the opening of his uncle’s set, poor Lucky didn’t last too long on the night out – ending up asleep with headphones covering his ears.
Lottie and Lewis continued to dance the night away as they supported her brother from afar.
It comes after Lottie candidly reflected on the grief she suffered following her mum and sister’s deaths, admitting she was ‘shocked’ she wasn’t offered any help.
The model, who is the half-sister of Louis, lost her mother when she was just 18 years old after battling leukaemia, before her sister Félicité died three years later of an accidental overdose.
Lottie recently detailed the ‘loneliness’ she felt while grieving for her loved ones, and how she wished she’d sought therapy sooner, after seeking the help following Félicité’s passing.
Speaking on the Grief Kind podcast with Sue Ryder, Lottie told Clover Stroud: ‘When my mum died, there was never any conversations about getting any help.
Adorable: The influencer who is the half-sister of the One Direction star, made sure to bring her son Lucky along with them
Night out: Documenting their journey, Lottie showed off her chic sense of style in a strapless denim crop top and baggy blue jeans
Cute: Despite enjoying the opening of his uncle’s set, poor Lucky didn’t last too long on the night out – ending up asleep with headphones covering his ears
Fans: Lottie and Lewis continued to dance the night away though as they supported her brother from afar
‘Looking back, that was quite shocking to me and I talk about it quite a lot but, you know, especially the fact that she had cancer.
‘It was a medical illness and we were surrounded by a lot of medical professionals, and there were young children involved, and there didn’t seem to be any sit-down conversations where it was like, ‘Do we want to sort out getting some help.’
‘So I never had anything when I lost my mum, it was only when I lost my sister that I thought, ‘You know, she ended up losing her life, she might have been okay if she would have got the help she needed.”
Reflecting on the grief she felt when Johannah died in 2016, Lottie added: ‘I think in the days and months after my mum passed, it was just so surreal. And you felt like you were living in this nightmare, I suppose.
‘And there were obviously young siblings involved where I was the oldest girl. So, I kind of felt that it was my role to step in and try and be the mother figure to them.
‘I think when Fizz died, it was obviously such a shock. And it was like a disbelief that we were going to go through this again.
‘You know, kind of felt like we were just coming through the other side of losing my mum. And then for it to happen again. It was just shocking.’
Lottie added that after her sister’s death she began having therapy, and recommended Sue Ryder’s free grief counselling after dealing with her own ‘painful, long and scary journey’.
The makeup artist also admitted that she struggled with ‘loneliness’ during her grief, as it was difficult to find someone who was going through the same struggles.
Revelation: It comes after Lottie candidly reflected on the grief she suffered following her mum and sister’s deaths, admitting she was ‘shocked’ she wasn’t offered any help (mother Johannah is pictured)
She continued: ‘You do have this feeling of loneliness, because really, unless someone’s experienced the exact same thing, which not many people have, you’re not going to be able to relate to people and you kind of you almost feel a bit like the odd one out.’
Johannah, who was also mother to former One Direction star Louis, sadly lost her life after a battle with leukaemia aged just 43.
Last year Lottie reflected on the ‘scary’ period after her mother’s death where she struggled to find mental health support for herself and her then-12-year-old sisters, Daisy and Phoebe.
She was just 18 when she lost her mum and three years later her sister Félicité died from an accidental overdose.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, she confessed it’s ‘shocking’ that medical professionals didn’t offered the family any counselling since they had spent so much time visiting the hospital in which her parent was being treated.
She said: ‘We were offered nothing. I think it was shocking because my first loss was a very medical thing. My mum had cancer so we were in and out of hospital’.
‘We were around medical professionals a lot so to not really be offered the help was quite shocking, really, looking back. But at the time, it just felt quite normal.’