Father’s Day: Diane Kruger’s smoldering tribute to Norman Reedus

Diane Kruger (L) and Norman Reedus (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Diane Kruger (L) and Norman Reedus (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) /

Diane Kruger shared a smoking hot photo of Norman Reedus on Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day, indeed! Diane Kruger posted a tribute to her longtime love Norman Reedus to celebrate all he does for their daughter. Her Father’s Day post garnered quite a few reactions from fans, too.

Kruger and Reedus share an adorable daughter together, along with Reedus’ grown son Mingus. Though they have kept their daughter’s name and face hidden from fans (admirably so!), they still manage to post pictures of her without giving too much away and by all accounts Reedus is a doting Girl Dad.

In her post, Kruger sent the message “to the most handsome papa there is,” adding “Happy Father’s Day” and “we love u” with lots of heart emojis:

Reedus became a father for the second time shortly after his good friend and The Walking Dead co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, whose daughter George is an absolute doll. In fact, “Uncle” Norman met baby George shortly after she was born.

By all accounts, Reedus is a doting father who has been spending lots of time with his baby girl during quarantine, and there’s no doubt she’s loving all of the attention. And given how much time Daryl Dixon has spent with young Judith Grimes, and how he’ll be watching over her in the future, there’s no question that Reedus is channeling some of that fatherly energy into Daryl.

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Though fans are eager for more episodes of The Walking Dead there is currently no timetable to return for filming on season 11 even though the writers have been working through the pandemic. Reedus did manage to complete the voice work for the upcoming VR game, The Walking Dead Onslaught, which will also feature his TWD costars Melissa McBride and Josh McDermitt. And there is also the season 10 finale to look forward to at some point soon.

Happy Father’s Day, Norman Reedus!