Colin Farrell decided to bring his 13-year-old son along as his plus-one to this year's Oscars, where he's up for Best Actor.
The Irish star and his son Henry sported matching tuxedos on the red carpet on Sunday (12 March) before heading in to the coveted ceremony.
Colin's look slightly differed, with a small Irish tricolour flag pinned to his chest, likely to represent the record number of Irish nominees this year.
Colin is up for Best Actor for his performance as Pádraic Súilleabháin in The Banshees of Inisherin.
His son, Henry, who he proudly posed with on the carpet, is shared with his ex-partner Alicja Bachleda-Curuś.
Colin is also father to James Padraig Farrell, 19, who he shares with model Kim Bordenave.
Last month, when Colin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor, he was sure to shout out his two sons.
"My kids are watching this at home. James and Henry, the loves of my life, I love you so much," he said in his acceptance speech.
So, to have one of his sons with him on what could be the biggest night of his life is an extra special touch.
This year marked Colin's first ever Oscar nomination, so if he wins Best Actor tonight, it'll be his first ever Oscar.
Also nominated for Best Actor tonight are Austin Butler for Elvis, Brendan Fraser for The Whale, Paul Mescal for Aftersun, and Bill Nighy for Living.
Earlier in the night Ke Huy Quan had tears flowing across the globe when he won Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Everything Everywhere All At Once.
"My journey started on a boat. I spent a year in a refugee camp and, somehow, I ended up here on Hollywood's biggest stage," the actor said in his acceptance speech.
"They say stories like this only happen in the movies. I cannot believe it's happening to me. This is the American Dream."
The actor gave a lovely shoutout to his mum, who was at home watching and cheering him on ("Mum, I just won an Oscar!") and brother, as well as his Everything Everywhere All At Once team. He also thanked his wife Echo, who stood by him when he struggled to get new opportunities.
"I owe everything to the love of my life, my wife Echo, who month after month, year after year for 20 years told me that one day, my time will come. Dreams are something you have to believe in. I almost gave up on mine," Quan said.
"To all of you out there, please keep your dreams alive. Thank you so much for welcoming me back. I love you."
Meanwhile, Everything Everywhere All At Once won Best Picture.