A mum was left gobsmacked after her baby was born with a full head of hair, as the tot was compared to Gordon Ramsay.
Mum-of-one Sarah Beeston shared a video of her new baby Jack’s enviable blonde locks on social media site TikTok.
Captioning the video, the parent wrote: "SHOCKED."
Sarah, from Hawaii, then added: "My husband told me my entire pregnancy our baby wouldn’t have hair."
The clip features photos of little Jack showing off his luscious golden locks as he was welcomed to the family.
It seems others were shocked too at Jack's tresses as the video has so far racked up 8.7million views.
And it seems some thought Jack resembled a certain chef, as they exclaimed: "Tiny Gordon Ramsey."
Another joked he had came out of the womb with his "hair styled".
As a third added: “Came out ready to host the next season of the Bachelorette.”
A fourth then quipped: "He came out with a mortgage."
Babies can be born with 'fuzz' on their bodies, a full head of hair, or no hair at all.
According to an old wives' tale, heartburn during pregnancy is a sign you'll have a hairy baby.
It's not known why some babies are born with lots of hair, but some experts believe it probably has something to do with maternal hormones and the genetic lottery.
Those born with a full head of hair can lose it though, as they shed a lot of hair in the first six months, which some link to plummeting pregnancy hormones
Luckily they usually quickly grow it back, although it may be nothing like their former 'do.
Another mum who has been hitting headlines this week is Jeni Bonell - mother to 16 children.
The Australian mum has explained the clever way she managed to feed her enormous brood without using any plates.
The full-time mum was see laying down some paper and spread a huge pile of chips on it along with a bowl of dipping sauce.
The kids sat around the feast they can all reach the food without the need for 16 individual plates.
Jeni simply captioned the post: "Lunch! Just feeding the kids."