Home and Away's Ada Nicodemou looked ageless as she walked the yellow carpet at Sydney's The Lion King premiere on Tuesday.
And while she is a superstar in her own right, the 42 year-old was outshone by her very special guest - her son, Johnas.
Ada and Johnas, who was dressed smartly in a red and white bow-tie, were the ultimate picture of mum-and-son goals - with Johnas posing for photographs (as a lion no less) and walking the red carpet like a pro.
But when the pair stopped by Now to Love for a chat, it was clear that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree in the performing stakes! (Watch in the video player above)
In fact, Ada couldn't get a word in edge-wise as her gorgeous son, read out questions and answered them from our Disney question bowl!
Full of confidence, Johnas read out the question with conviction, answering who he would be if he could be a Disney character.
"Well, I would say Simba," he said, before choosing another question from the bowl - with his eyes closed!
Having to choose between Simba or Nala, Johnas' answer was clear. "Yeeeesss, Simba!" he said excitedly, and honestly, our hearts!
Ada, being the doting mum asked Johnas if she could hold the paper for him, and with no surprise, he said defiantly: "No!"
Johnas explained that he knew who all the character's were because he'd "read the books" and that's why he "knows lots of things".
Honestly, this kid!
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But it wasn't until Johnas gave us a very unprompted review of The Lion King, that both Ada and Now to Love, were left gobsmacked.
"It's a very good movie," he said, before adding: "I'm so happy it's come out!"
Firstly, we need to point out that he hadn't seen either film yet, so we love a "pre-review" secondly, could this child be anymore delicious?
In an interview with Now to Love back in March, Ada admitted that a key lesson she's learned as a parent is to find that balance between raising a well-rounded child and disciplining her son but also letting his personality shine.
"I remember there was this moment when we were going down the escalators at our local shopping centre and he was just dancing away to the music, he likes to sing and dance and he's quite loud. So I said 'Johnas maybe just stop doing that,' and he goes, 'What do you mean Mum, I'm just dancing!' And I'm like yeah just keep dancing, who cares what everyone's thinking? If the kid wants to dance, he can dance!"
And we agree! We think you're FAB, Johnas!
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