Despite becoming a first-time father just a month ago, Liam Payne is yet to share any new photos of him and his new baby son. Instead, the One Direction star has been keeping his fans guessing by dropping hints he is set to release his new music. The latest Instagram picture, which was posted on Wednesday morning, sees the 23-year-old alone on his phone while sitting on a wooden bench next to a sign, which reads "OMG". Fans were quick to speculate that his solo material will be unveiled any day now, with one writing: "When it's finally coming out!!!?"
Is this the first picture of Cheryl's baby?
"Tell me this is the album cover please tell me this is the album cover," remarked one follower, while another enquired: "New song is called OMG?" A fourth post read: "Just release the album already." Since his girlfriend Cheryl gave birth to their baby boy in March, the former X Factor judge has not featured once on Liam's social media sites. Their one-month-old son - whose name is still unknown - is believed to have been pictured for the second time after the Fight For This Love's hair stylist Daya Ruci shared a Snapchat photo and video of a baby boy earlier this week. The new mum's stylist captioned the first photo of the baby's hand holding her finger: "Sweetest," before sharing a short clip of the baby's outfit and booties while carefully keeping his face concealed.
Liam Payne been dropping several hints that he is about to release his new music
Why Cheryl and Liam are the perfect match
Only one picture of their newborn has been shared on Instagram when the new parents announced the arrival of their bundle of joy. Cheryl, 33, posted a snap of Liam cradling their son, and captioned: "On Wednesday 22nd March Liam and I became parents to an incredibly beautiful, healthy baby boy, weighing 7lb 9 and looking like a dream. Although he still doesn't have a name he is already stealing hearts. We are all madly in love and overwhelmingly happy with our little arrival. Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers around the world. A day that now has a different meaning to me forever."