- Chris Brown's partner Amika and son Aeko had to stay in Germany after the pandemic started spreading around the world
- The two were separated for several months from baby daddy Chris Brown, who has been longing to see them both
- Chris shared a beautiful snap on Instagram cosying up with the two and noted he had finally made it
- The 31-year-old is believed to have travelled to Germany to see them
US singer Chris Brown is over the moon after he was reunited with his son Aeko and baby mama Amika Harris.
The two were separated for several months after Amika and Aeko were forced to stay put in Germany due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sharing a beautiful picture on Instagram while cosying up with Amika and their 10-month-old son, Chris had only two words to say: "Made it."
The 31-year-old pop star shared the update on Tuesday, October 6 but it was not clear where the snap was taken.
However, it is very likely that the singer had to go to Germany to be with his family being that the parents are trying to ensure that their son does not have to travel as much in these difficult times.
When the pandemic hit, Amika and Aeko were still in Germany and the parents decided it would be much safer to stay in Europe and not return to the US, which would put the little one at great risk, according to Hollywood Life.
Chris has however missed out a lot on the child's growth that he just had to travel and spend time with them.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Aeko had already started standing after Amika recorded him clapping in excitement and standing with minimal support.
The 10-month-old gem made the whole of Instagram happy with his interesting yet funny dance routine that included a wide smile and a collection of claps.
He wobbled a bit as he tried to maintain balance and laughed at the top of his voice whenever he stared into mummy’s eyes. Chris who posted the video on his social media account, referred to the little one as pamper Breezy and his fans could not get enough of the cuteness.
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