Iskra Lawrence dresses her adorable baby son in a Black Panther costume for his first Halloween in honour of the late actor Chadwick Boseman
She recently celebrated her first Halloween with her baby son and partner Philip Payne.
And Iskra Lawrence chose to honour the late actor Chadwick Boseman with her son’s costume as she shared a slew of sweet family snaps to Instagram on Wednesday.
The model, 30, dressed her tiny tot, six months, in a Black Panther outfit in memory of the film’s star, who passed away in August after battling colon cancer.
Fancy dress: Iskra Lawrence, 30, and her partner Philip Payne dressed their son, six months, in a Black Panther costume for his first Halloween to honour the late actor Chadwick Boseman
Iskra dressed up as Deadpool in a figure-hugging crimson and black jumpsuit as was famously worn by the foul-mouthed superhero, who was played by Ryan Reynolds.
Boyfriend Phillip donned a bright red jumpsuit as he held onto his son who was wearing a grey and black baby grow.
The mother-of-one beamed as she took her sun for a stroll in the sunshine in his Halloween outfit.
Iskra also shared a picture of her adorable son with his toddler friend who was wearing a costume from The Incredibles.
First Halloween! The model was seen sporting a Deadpool costume as she shared a slew of heart-melting pictures to Instagram on Wednesday
Tragic: Chadwick passed away in August aged 43 after battling colon cancer for four years (pictured in February 2016)
The model captioned her series of images: ‘Our first family Halloween❤️little late but too cute not to share with ya’ll.
‘We decided to honour @chadwickboseman and dress our little hero as the Black Panther. I look forward to sharing the story of such an incredible human and teaching our baby that anything is possible✨
‘Hope it brings some extra joy to your day, especially the last pic of the two best buddies from day 1.’
Iskra became a first-time mother back in April, when she and Philip welcomed their baby son.
Family day out: The mother-of-one looked content and carefree as she strolled around the sunny neighbourhood with their son in a stroller
The blonde beauty recently admitted that her exercise regime hasn’t been ‘consistent’ since giving birth but said she was ‘in awe’ that her body has given her the gift of motherhood.
In October, Iskra also revealed she ‘lived in fear of being fat’ during her teenage years.
She took to Instagram where she admitted to being fat-phobic in previous years while holding herself ‘to impossible standards’.
She shared a video where she counted down from 10 on her hands while answering a series of questions about the times she had criticised her figure or another’s.
Proud: Iskra chose to celebrate Chadwick Boseman through her son’s Halloween costume, and said she hopes he will be a role model to his son in the future
Questions included: ‘Have you ever hated your body? Have you ever wished to look like someone else?’
Iskra proceeded to write on her social media account: ‘Not proud to share that I’ve been Fat-phobic, I didn’t understand at the time why or what it even meant…
‘I lived in fear of being fat during my teenage years, because everywhere I had been shown that success, desirability, popularity and acceptance was only for those in societies parameters of body size and beauty ideals.
‘I wish I had known better, I wish I’d have never held myself to impossible standards or judged / stereotyped others. I know better now, recovery truly is a gift.’
Inner struggles: Iskra revealed in October that she ‘lived in fear of being fat’ during her teenage years and held herself ‘to impossible standards’