Shakira celebrates baby Sasha's five-month birthday with cute photos

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It's hard to believe that Shakira's baby is already five months old. To celebrate his mini milestone, the doting mum has shared a gorgeous photo collage on Instagram. The singer welcomed little Sasha, her second son with partner Gerard Piqué, on 29 January.

Uploading the snap online, Shakira proudly wrote in Spanish and English for her 9.8 million followers to see: "Felices 5 meses Sasha! / Happy 5 months Sasha! Shak".

Her baby showed off an array of facial expressions, ranging from a slightly grumpy look to one of the tot smiling widely.

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Shakira and her partner Gerard Piqué welcomed their second baby Sasha in January

Judging from the photo, the baby was being cradled in the arms of an adult, who may well have been his dad Gerard.

The FC Barcelona football player and his girlfriend Shakira regularly share photos of their adorable sons online. Gerard, 28, recently posted a picture of his baby and his eldest son Milan on Twitter, with a caption in Catalan that read: "My two legends".

Responding to a message on Twitter from a fan, Gerard also wrote: "I agree! I have the cutest family :)".

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Little Sasha takes after his handsome dad in the looks department

Gerard and Shakira met in spring 2010, when the pop star was making the music video for her hit tune Waka Waka, the official song of that year's FIFA World Cup. The pair didn't confirm their relationship until March 2011.

Their first son Milan was born in January 2013, in Gerard's hometown of Barcelona where the family live.

While Milan looks the spitting image of Shakira with his dark eyes and curly hair, Sasha seems to take after his father – in the looks department and, it seems, in his sporting ability.

Shortly after he was born, Shakira posted a picture of Sasha's foot pointed at a slight angle. "I have Daddy's feet, it looks like I've been playing football my whole life," Shakira amusingly captioned the snap.

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