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Ricky Martin is a proud father! The 50-year-old singer shared an adorable photo of one of his two oldest children Matteo, 13, on his Instagram on Saturday, June 25. Ricky and Matteo seemed to have had a sweet day bonding on the set of his new music video.

Matteo wore a white hoodie and a gray baseball cap, as he turned and gave a thumbs up and smiled from one of the director’s chairs on the set of his latest film. Ricky wrote a sweet message about his son in the caption in Spanish. “Look who decided to come with me to shoot my new video,” he wrote under the photo, using the hashtags “My Little Man”, “Pride” and “Son”.

Ricky is the father of four children, whom he shares with his husband Jwan Yosef. Matteo also has a twin brother Valentino. The “Livin’ La Vida Loca” singer had the twins via surrogate in August 2008. The boys also have a younger sister. Lucy, 3, and brother Ren, 3. Ricky took a rare look at his daughter, around her birthday in December. Although he mostly keeps his children out of the spotlight, Ricky sometimes gives a glimpse into his children’s lives with adorable photos, like when he shared a photo of Renn finding a rainbow over early in June.

Ricky posted the super cute behind the scenes pic of his new video. (Anthony Harvey/Shutterstock)

Matteo’s photo wasn’t the only behind-the-scenes look Ricky gave of the upcoming video. He posted another photo, which showed off his outfit (which had his chiseled abs on full display) for the upcoming video. “In this photo, a little preview of what the video for my next single will look like,” he wrote. “It’s been a really long day, but it all goes incredibly well when we’re surrounded by the right group of people. Nothing but love and light all day long. The energy was strong.

It’s unclear when Ricky will release the new music video, but the singer regularly releases new music. His latest single “A Veces Bien YA Veces Mal [Sometimes Good And Sometimes Bad]” was released in April.

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