Fans Can't Handle How Cute 'Emily in Paris' Star Lucien Laviscount Was as a Baby

The British actor shared an adorable throwback picture on social media.

In Season 2 of Emily in Paris, British actor Lucien Laviscount burst onto the scene as a new love interest for Emily Cooper (Lily Collins). Fans instantly fell in love, and Laviscount returned for Season 3.

Now, as fans eagerly await Emily in Paris Season 4, many keep a close eye on Laviscount's Instagram, where he just shared an adorable throwback photo.

The actor posted a picture in which he's smiling while holding a baby photo of himself. In it, a cute young Laviscount sits on a bed unwrapping a present and drooling.

Laviscount captioned the post, "Bosses aren’t born, they’re made! @boss #BeYourOwnBOSS #ad," signifying that the post is a partnership with the fashion brand BOSS. The 30-year-old wears a patterned BOSS sweater as he holds up the snapshot.

Many other familiar faces also took part in the campaign, including Gigi Hadid, Demi Lovato, Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini, Los Angeles Angels baseball pitcher Shohei Ohtani, and Korean actor Lee Min-ho.

Blogger and influencer Karen Wazen commented, "Cute luciennnnn," while Emily in Paris lead makeup artist Aurélie Payen wrote, "OMG the cutest 🤍."

Fans were also in awe of the cute baby photo of Laviscount, as one wrote, "my heart isn't trained to hold this much sweetness and cuteness."

"Adorable then and now ❤️," said another.

A different fan said the same thing, commenting, "So cute, even now you’re still cute😍."

The third season of Emily in Paris ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, leaving many fans desperate for any news on Season 4.

Laviscount has not confirmed whether or not he will be returning to the Netflix series, but he hinted at the possibility while talking to E! News at the end of December.

"It would be great to come back," said Laviscount. "But honestly I think I've had a really, really incredible two seasons on this show. It's been really special."

If he were to return as Alfie, Laviscount hopes that his character gets more emotional development, saying, "Season 2 Alfie had this little cloud over his head. He was hating on life. Season 3 he gets his vulnerable side."