Jessica Biel Offers Rare Glimpse of Her and Justin Timberlake's Baby Boy While Celebrating Halloween

While Jessica and Justin's elder son dresses as Harry Potter, their one-year-old toddler channels Harry's pet owl, Hedwig, in a gray and white costume that features feathers.

AceShowbiz - Jessica Biel gave fans a special treat during the Halloween celebration. On Monday, November 1, "The Sinner" star took to social media to share a rare glimpse of her and Justin Timberlake's toddler son, Phineas.

Making use of Instagram, the 39-year-old mom let out some pictures of her and her family wearing their "Harry Potter"-inspired Halloween costumes. In the caption of the post, she gushed, "Last night at MAGIC hour."

The snaps saw Jessica dressing as Minerva McGonagall, while her musician husband transformed into Albus Dumbledore. As for their 6-year-old Silas, he went as Harry. His little brother, on the other hand, channeled Harry's pet owl, Hedwig. He looked cute in a gray and white costume that featured feathers.

Jessica reportedly gave birth to Phineas in July 2020. However, it took around six months for Justin to finally confirm the baby's arrival. When making a virtual appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in January, he revealed, "His name is Phineas, and he's awesome and so cute."

"And nobody's sleeping," the former NSYNC member jokingly told host Ellen DeGeneres. "But we're thrilled. We're thrilled and couldn't be happier. Very grateful."

"We don't see each other anymore," he further quipped, acknowledging the challenge of being parents to two kids. "It's a lot of fun, but I guess the saying goes, you go from a zone defense to a man-to-man really quickly. Sort of like, 'You go get that one, I'll get this one!' "

As for Jessica, she previously opened up about their new family dynamic when speaking to Dax Shepard on his "Armchair Expert" podcast. "Someone said to me, 'Two is like having a thousand,' and that's exactly what it feels like," she pointed out, "The balance of everything is very different and super hard."

"But I agree. I mean, it's amazing. It's so interesting. It's so funny. The conversations I'm having now with my 6-year-old is so cool," she elaborated further. "Like, he's a real person saying the funniest stuff and he's so sensitive and tender. It's just so interesting to see that part of it happen and the little one is just cute as hell."

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