Michael Douglas met his grandson for the first time after not being able to see him due to COVID

Michael Douglas finally met his grandson, one month after his birth.

  • The star’s son Cameron Douglas and his partner Viviane Thibes welcomed Ryder T. Douglas in mid-December.
  • Michael was forced to delay meeting baby Ryder due to COVID-19.
  • On Instagram, he uploaded a picture holding his grandson. The caption read: “First time I’ve seen my month old grandson, Ryder!”

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the 76-year-old actor had to postpone meeting his grandson.

In mid-December, Michael Douglas’ son Cameron and his partner Viviane Thibes welcomed their second child, Ryder T. Douglas. On Tuesday, the two-time Oscar winner finally met his one-month-old grandson. On his Instagram, he uploaded a black and white photograph of himself holding Ryder. Douglas is seen smiling proudly while his grandson rests comfortably in his arms. Sharing the post with his 820k followers, Douglas wrote: “First time I’ve seen my month old grandson, Ryder! 😃 ❤️”

 

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On December 22, Cameron announced Ryder’s arrival by posting a family photograph. 

The 42-year-old shared a beautiful family photo, announcing the birth of Ryder. “Touch down planet earth. Welcome my Son…Ryder T. Douglas,” the caption read. Michael commented on the post, calling his grandson’s birth “a holiday present”. Furthermore, he pointed out his 3-year-old granddaughter Lua Izzy’s expression as he wrote, “So happy for Vivian and you. Don’t think Lua is sure about this yet!” 

 

The 76-year-old star also shared the family photograph to his own Instagram account, writing: “Congratulations Cameron and Viviane! Welcome to the 🌎 Ryder T. Douglas! ❤️ #ProudGrandpa”

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