Louis Tomlinson in tears as son Freddie, seven, watches him perform on stage for first time

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Louis Tomlinson’s documentary showcases his sweet bond with his seven-year-old son Freddie Reign (Picture: Getty/All The Voices)

Louis Tomlinson was left in tears as his young son Freddie Reign watched him perform on stage for the first time.

The former One Direction star, 31, is telling the story of the end of the band and his journey to carving out a solo career in new documentary All Of Those Voices.

Wednesday night saw lucky fans, as well as friends and family of Louis – including former 1D bandmate Liam Payne – descend on Leicester Square for the premiere of the film.

Louis spends time with Freddie, seven, who lives in America with mum Briana Jungwirth, while on tour in the US, with the documentary showcasing several heartwarming moments between the father and son.

While taking the youngster out to the beach to teach him how to fly a kite, Louis reflects on how difficult it is to be apart from him, missing him constantly when he is in the UK – but missing his grandparents and sisters when he is in the US.

Friends of the singer tell cameras how Louis spends every moment he’s off work with Freddie, and the pair’s close bond is shown when the little boy sees his dad perform live for the first time.

The father and son spend time together on the beach with Louis teaching Freddie how to fly a kite (Picture: All Those Voices)

The film sees Louis become teary with emotion as his son watches him perform live for the first time (Picture: All Those Voices)

An excitable Louis gives a shout-out to his son on stage, to where the boy is watching at the back holding up a hand-made sign supporting his dad.

Freddie is wearing large headphones to protect his ears from the noise, but at one point takes them off momentarily to hear better, while also recording a video of the performance.

After the show, a red-eyed and emotional Louis tells cameras that he cried on stage when he spotted Freddie in the crowd – and eventually had to stop looking at him as it kept setting him off.

Louis shared his vulnerable side with fans at the premiere to his documentary this week (Picture: Getty Images)

When Freddie arrives backstage, Louis scoops him up into a hug and tells him: ‘You made me cry!

‘It was happy crying, but you made me cry!’

Louis co-parents with ex Briana, with the former couple welcoming Freddie into the world in January 2016.

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Conscious of Freddie’s privacy, Louis rarely speaks about his personal life or posts to his 18 million followers on Instagram, with the documentary being the dist time fans will have got a real glimpse into the pair’s relationship.

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Source:: Metro


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