Simon Cowell proudly reveals adorable Father’s Day letter his six year old son Eric wrote him
Simon Cowell is a proud and doting father to his six year old son Eric and he has now revealed the adorable Father's Day letter that the youngster wrote him.
Simon, 60, shared the heartwarming contents of the letter that Eric wrote to him with his America's Got Talent colleagues and Kelly Clarkson while appearing on the singer’s show via a Zoom call.
The X Factor judge produced the letter after he was asked to show off an item from his home that makes him proud.
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Simon said: "This was given to me on Father's Day and I'm going to read this to you because I thought it was touching.
"This is from Eric, my six-year-old boy, to me."
Reading it, he continued: "I like to waddle, you like to waddle. I like fish, and you like fish. You like to swim, and I like to swim.
"I like to walk in your footsteps standing tall like you. You have webbed feet, and I have webbed feet… and I will always love you, Eric."
He added: "It's my favourite thing I've ever had”, as Kelly Clarkson and his colleagues, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, Terry Crews and Sofia Vergara gushed over it and called it “amazing.”
Simon recently revealed how he is enjoying spending quality time with his son, who he shares with Lauren Silverman, during lockdown.
He told Terri Seymour on Extra that he has been camping with his son in their garden.
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He said: "I was concerned how [Eric] was going to cope with all of this. But he has been absolutely amazing… He is still able to do schoolwork, and now we are camping on the weekends in the garden.
"Lauren, the first time, 11 o'clock said, 'I can't deal with this, we're going back inside'… and I said 'No, we are staying outside.'"
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