Simon Cowell & His Beach Baby

Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman enjoyed being with their newborn son Eric at the beach in Miami, Florida on Monday (February 24).

Lauren was seen feeding the baby as the music mogul relaxed next to her with the dogs. Later on Cowell walked along the beach with the baby. Eric was born in New York City on February 14. Cowell had to fly from London when he heard his girlfriend was in labor.

On February 17 the proud dad showed the baby sleeping with toy animals. He captioned it, “Eric’s new friends.”

The day before he tweeted: “The last three days have been incredible. Eric Lauren sqiddly and diddly all happy.”

Filed under: Eric Cowell,Featured,Lauren Silverman,Simon Cowell

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  1. Kristina

    Awww, he’s so little! I love newborns 🙂 🙂

  2. woof!

    jeez! the kid isnt even 3 weeks old and these 2 famewh*res are taking him out on a sunny hot beach for attention.. WTF. i don’t even have kids and know you shouldn’t be parading him out on a beach that young. morons

    • theoriginal bubbles

      funny enough I wrote just that a couple weeks ago and my comment was apparently censored. these people disgust me. I bet she can’t be bothered with breastfeeding neither because that could ruin her figure. she is not even attractive ? Really Simon?

  3. Joey

    I agree. How do you take a week old newborn on a sunny, sandy, dirty beach? SMH.

  4. Jessica

    At least they aren’t selling out his pics to magazines!
    And who cares where they take their baby!

    I took my first at 6 days old out and about to lunch and errands. And my second we went out to the park at 5 days old. You don’t need to shield your newborn from the outside world.

  5. Didi

    You dont have to shield a baby from the world but i do agreee a beach is not best place for a 10 day old

  6. Albus

    Wow, that paparazzi must be living with them too.

  7. Joey

    Simon looks like he’s ready to breast feed in the first picture lol.

  8. Laura

    I give them six months tops.

    • Anonymous

      I’ve always wondered HOW they KNEW that Simon was the father. Since she seemed to be nothing short of a (bowling) trophy wife, I highly doubt it that her ex didn’t insist she perform her wifely duties.

      Even if the little guy isn’t Simon’s they’ll continue to keep up this pathetic charade for a respectable time, before separating. And they WILL separate.

      Simon is a cad, and demands too much attention and requires his women folk to worship him. Mrs. Silverman may grow tired of that.

      We shall see if things go on as they have before. His harem hasn’t been on a group vacation in a few weeks, they’ve got to be in hysterical with drawl by now.

  9. Jessica

    There’s not right or wrong on when to take a newborn out. Would I take a newborn out in the middle of flu season or cold weather probably not. But shielding a newborn from the outside world is old school and not necessary. Breastmilk provides plenty of protection for them to be exposed to the world. Doesn’t mean you should just go somewhere crowded crawling with germs but a nice trip to the beach for a couple hours won’t do any harm if baby is kept out of the sun for most part.

  10. New Star appear. Little cute baby 😀

  11. Ella

    * “…enjoyed being with their newborn son Eric at the beach in Miami, Florida on Monday (February 24).”

    * “Eric was born in New York City on February 14.”


    The kid is barely 2 weeks (10 DAYS [!!!] to be exact) old and they flew it from NYC to Miami? WTF is wrong with these people!!! He’s so red (sun burn???) and the dogs are all over him, licking his face–… Ugh, I’m disgusted by these two so called “parents”.

  12. Kimber

    Way to go Simon! Looks like he’s even trying to breastfeed the little guy 🙂

  13. anonymous

    From Web MD:
    First, be careful not to overdress or underdress your baby when you leave the house. Your best bet is to put as many layers on her as you’re wearing yourself, and keep a blanket handy.

    Second, be sure to keep her out of direct sunlight. “Newborns’ delicate skin burns easily, and that kind of early skin damage can increase their lifelong risk of skin cancer,” says Hansen says. “Keep them fully shaded with clothing or an umbrella.”

  14. Nerissa

    I’m so confused. But I guess this is what happens when you sleep with your husbands good friend. She looks truly exhausted. How do you flu your newborn from NY to Miami a few days after leaving the hospital and then out chilling at the beach? Any sensible man would have his wife, child’s mother, gf, best friends wife who he just so happened to impregnate, etc. at home with her feet kicked up, relaxing. She’s older too so her body isn’t going to go back to post baby normal as fast either. This chick is dumb. I don’t even blame Simon for this…he’s a man…what does he know?

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