President Uhuru Kenyatta's eldest son Jomo Kenyatta for the first time emerged in public in the company of his son.
Jomo, who graced the flagging off of the WRC Safari rally on Thursday, was captured holding his child as the president was addressing the guests at KICC.
The child, named after President Uhuru, was captured appearing relaxed on the palms of his father. Jomo had a black face mask while the son put on a white cap.
Jomo married his fiancée Fiona Achola in Gatundu five years ago in a traditional wedding attended by close family members.
Their traditional ceremony covered all cultural aspects of a Kikuyu wedding.
It also served as an introduction of Fiona and her family to the Kenyatta family.
Such functions are also used to assure the bride that she had been accepted into the family.
The two are said to have later held a church wedding, though details of the ceremony remain scanty to date.
Their union was first blessed with a baby girl in November 2017 at Aga Khan Hospital.
The baby was named after First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
Baby Uhuru, their second child, was born on May 27, 2020. It was born at Nairobi Hospital.